Paul is a Montana native who was raised in the Flathead Valley. He attended college... more
Paul is a Montana native who was raised in the Flathead Valley. He attended college at the University of Montana in Missoula and then travelled to the East Coat for Law School. The opportunity of attending the ivy league University of Pennsylvania School of Law was enough to keep him in Philadelphia for 3 years, but he caught the first plane home to open his own practice in his hometown of Bigf... view profile
I am a Rights attorney. I became an attorney not so I could become wealthy, but so I... more
I am a Rights attorney. I became an attorney not so I could become wealthy, but so I could advocate for the rights of individuals and to provide protection from governmental and individual abuse. I am an ardent student of political philosophy and jurisprudence. I believe in the principles that formed the foundation of America's constitutional system and desire to protect and advance thos... view profile
I was born in raised in Great Falls, Montana by Warren and Sue Wenz. My father is an... more
I was born in raised in Great Falls, Montana by Warren and Sue Wenz. My father is an attorney still practicing in Great Falls and my mother is since retired. I have a sister, Jennifer, who is a representative for Eli Lily living in Denver, CO. I graduated high school in 1995 and studied History and Poltiical Science at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN. While attending school there I pla... view profile
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