Raymond J. Etcheverry, president and CEO of Parsons Behle & Latimer, has announced that Wendy Bowden Crowther has joined the firm’s Salt Lake City office as a shareholder and member of the Environmental, Energy and Natural Resources Department.
Crowther concentrates her practice on water law and represents municipalities, water conservancy districts, special service districts, irrigation companies and private water rights holders before the Utah State Engineer and Utah District Court. She handles water rights and property transfers and is experienced in condemnation litigation. She also represents clients in Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act matters. Crowther is a member of the Utah State Bar and American Bar Associations and has served, or continues to serve, in a leadership position on several committees in those organizations. She is a frequent speaker on water law-related topics.
Crowther graduated from the University of Utah with a J.D. degree in 2000 and B.A. and B.S. degrees in 1994. She was admitted to the Utah State Bar in 2000.