Advancing the Cause focus of Law Schools Marshall program
A South Dakota native and a graduate of Rapid City Stevens High School, Clayborne received a B.S. degree in English, psychology and criminal justice from the University of South Dakota, and a juris doctor degree from the USD School of Law. In 2005, he was inducted into The University of South Dakota Athletic Hall of Fame.
Clayborne began his professional career in Rapid City with the law firm of Banks, Johnson, Johnson, Colbath and Huffman. The firm, with offices in Rapid City, Sioux Falls and Gillette, Wyo., reorganized over the years, ultimately becoming the Johnson Eiesland Law Firm. In 2005, Clayborne started his own law firm in association with Michael Loos. The firm, located in Rapid City, added two additional partners in 2006 and another in 2007 to become Clayborne, Loos, Strommen & Sabers, LLP.
“Advancing the Cause” is free and open to the public. Students at all levels are encouraged to attend. A photograph of Clayborne is available for download at www.usd.edu/urelations/images/Courtney_Clayborne.jpg.
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