Cayla Crisp advises corporate clients in the fields of energy, communications, and information technology. She assists with matters of corporate governance, infrastructure development and acquisition, private equity and debt financings, mergers and acquisitions, and commercial transactions for emerging and established companies. Ms. Crisp joined Wilkinson Barker Knauer in 2016. While attending and after graduating from the University of Colorado Law School in Boulder, Ms. Crisp worked for the wireless infrastructure company Atlas Towers. In various roles for the company, she managed the drafting of contracts with major wireless carriers, researched siting locations for new towers, and managed the development of assets in multiple states. She also served as a research assistant to Professor Ahmed White and interned for both Judge Nancy Lichtenstein at the Colorado Court of Appeals and Judge William D. Robbins in Colorado's Second Judicial District.
As a law student, Cayla Crisp was an associate editor of the University of Colorado Law Review and a member of the National Moot Court team. She was a finalist and Best Brief winner at the Regional New York Bar Association National Moot Court Competition. Ms. Crisp is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, Colorado Wireless Association, and Women in Wireless.
Member, Colorado Bar Association
Member, Colorado Wireless Association
Member, Women in Wireless
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