Bethany Pribila’s litigation experience began immediately after law school when she served as law clerk to an Alaska district court judge. Following her clerkship she entered private practice in Anchorage where she represented clients in a wide variety of civil matters. Ms. Pribila, however, spent the majority of her legal career representing electric cooperatives and municipal utilities before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and state regulatory agencies. During this time she gained invaluable experience in litigation and legal writing. In 2016, Ms. Pribila transitioned from a regulatory-based practice to her current role advocating on behalf of her injured clients.
Ms. Pribila has been an avid athlete and competitor her entire life. She competed on the varsity tennis team for Oberlin College and, in 2010, Ms. Pribila was inducted into the Heisman Club Athletic Hall of Fame honoring her athletic achievements while at Oberlin. Ms. Pribila has continued to stay active since college competing in numerous endurance events including 24 marathons and four Ironman triathlons.
University of Colorado School of Law, J.D., 2003
Purdue University, M.S. in Nutrition, 1999
Oberlin College, B.A. in Neuroscience & Psychology, 1997
Alaska, 2004 (inactive)
District of Columbia, 2007
United States Federal District Court, District of Colorado, 2016
Associations and memberships
El Paso County Bar Association
Colorado Bar Association
Colorado Trial Lawyer’s Association