William "Liam" N. Griffin.
Mr. Griffin believes in providing equitable and affordable representation and practices the law diligently. He works hard for his clients and listens carefully to their concerns. He recognizes that, despite its best intentions, the American legal system still tips toward the powerful and Mr. Griffin aims to help balance the scales for his clients whom find themselves on the other side of those powers. His law office strives to offer some of the lowest hourly rates in the State in order to help ensure affordable legal representation for all people. His approach to law won him the favor of the town of Carrizozo, New Mexico where he became the town attorney. He is also on the 'Help End Abuse for Life' (HEAL) Board of Directors in Ruidoso, New Mexico.
Mr. Griffin was awarded a full scholarship for mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley, but ultimately received his bachelor's degree in American Legal History. After Berkeley, he spent 22 years developing new markets for the telecommunications industry in the U.S., Spain, Ireland, Belgium, Holland and Slovakia.
After an incident in which the power of government was wrongfully applied against a member of his family, he decided to become a lawyer and enrolled at the University of New Mexico School of Law in 2002. First admitted to practice law in New Mexico in 2005, I have since been admitted to practice in Oregon, and United States Courts and has appeared pro hac vice in Kentucky, Florida, Colorado and Texas. He focuses his practice on property and business law, but generally considers every area of law as it presents itself. He is also experienced in complex constitutional law, family law, labor law, municipal law and cases with broad civil law exposure.
The office is staffed by Liam's wife Jen Griffin. Come by our office today!