Curtis Wilson joined the Office of General Counsel after graduating from the University of Missouri School of Law. In 2017, Wilson was a summer clerk for Missouri Supreme Court Judge Patricia Breckenridge, and in 2018 interned at the Missouri Attorney General’s Office, where he successfully argued before the Administrative Hearing Commission. During his time at University of Missouri School of Law, Wilson was the Mediation Competition Director for the Board of Advocates, Academic Chair for the Black Law Students Association, a Teaching Fellow for Contracts, as well as a student in both the Prosecution Clinic and the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic. During this time, Wilson was also a member of the Thurgood Marshall, Arbitration, and Labor and Employment Law teams.
Wilson graduated from the University of Missouri School of Law in 2019 with the honor of Order of Barristers and a certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution.