Elizabeth "Beth" Bosch’s law practice focuses on civil litigation, real estate law, employment law, energy law, agriculture law, and estate planning and probate.
Beth was born in Dodge City, Kansas and grew up in De Soto, Kansas. She attended college at Kansas State University where she received her undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Geology in May of 2015. She attended law school at Washburn University School of Law where she received her Juris Doctor in May of 2018. While in law school, Beth was a member of The Washburn Law Journal, serving as an articles editor. Beth received a Certificate in Oil and Gas and a Certificate in Natural Resources, both with distinction.
Beth joined the law firm of Hampton & Royce, L.C. in August of 2018. Outside of work, Beth is involved in the Kansas and Saline County Women Attorneys Associations, is a member of Salina Area Young Professionals, and volunteers for Camp Quality USA, Inc. Beth enjoys running, hiking, and snowboarding. Beth and her fiancé Austin will tie the knot next fall in Manhattan, Kansas.
Washburn University School of Law, J.D., 2018
Kansas State University, B.A., B.S., 2015
State of Kansas
United States District Court, District of Kansas
Another Attempt to Mix Oil, Gas, and Water: An Analysis of the Texas Supreme Court’s Decision to Apply the Accommodation Doctrine to Groundwater [Coyote Lake Ranch, LLC v. City of Lubbock, 498 S.W.3d 53 (Tex. 2016)], 57 Washburn L.J. 367 (Spring 2018)