Wiley Reynolds joined Ogborn Mihm in 2014, bringing with him a passion for effective advocacy in the face of complex legal issues. In guiding clients through the unfamiliar labyrinth of litigation, Wiley applies attention to detail and concern for clients’ needs to every aspect of his work in the litigation process.
Wiley’s experience comes from his involvement with a wide range of cases, including personal injury, medical and legal malpractice, employment discrimination, and business and construction litigation, as well as handling matters of general representation for Ogborn Mihm clients. Wiley understands the importance of knowing his clients’ unique needs and concerns, advocating for what is important to them, and making sure that they are heard and understood.
With a background in philosophy and creative writing, Wiley attended The George Washington University Law School, where he focused on product liability, consumer protection, and trial advocacy in GW Law’s highly competitive mock trial programs.
Before becoming an attorney, Wiley worked for a large Colorado nonprofit organization, and he previously worked writing test material in the educational testing industry. Wiley is a member of Mensa and, in his time away from the office, enjoys kickboxing, dirt biking, and books on philosophy with niche appeal.