Tymber W. Long is no stranger to hard work and service. She is committed to using her education and experience in pursuit of obtaining maximum recoveries and successful outcomes for her clients.
A Nebraska native, Tymber’s first job was detasseling corn as a middle-schooler. Lessons in discipline and putting others first were echoed at home by Tymber’s father, who served in the United States Army for over twenty-three years. Tymber is a Lifetime Member of the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary and a member of the American Legion Auxiliary.
Tymber received her Bachelor of Science degree from Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts, where she majored in Managerial Economics with a Concentration in Law and minored in Finance. During her undergraduate studies, Tymber served as the Vice President of Risk Management for the university’s Panhellenic Council. To put herself through school, Tymber interned in the legal and compliance department of a Boston-based global investment management company.
Tymber started her career at Raytheon’s Washington D.C. headquarters as a contracts manager serving the United States intelligence community. It was in this role that Tymber honed her passion and talent for negotiation and dispute resolution, and ultimately decided to return to the Midwest for law school.
Tymber completed law school in just two years and received her Juris Doctorate from Washburn University School of Law in 2021. At this same time, Tymber earned her Master’s in Business Administration with a Specialization in International Business. While in law school, Tymber wrote for the Washburn Law Journal, served as her elected class representative and Parliamentarian for the Washburn Student Bar Association, and was an active member of the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity. She also worked as a research assistant for Professor Roger McEowen and Professor Amy Westbrook, and a legal writing teaching assistant for Professor Emily Grant.
Tymber is licensed to practice law in Kansas and the United States District Court for the District of Kansas. She is also a member of the American Bar Association and the Sam A. Crow American Inn of Court.
When Tymber is not hard at work for her clients, you can find her cheering on the Nebraska Cornhuskers (Go Big Red!), seeking out new travel destinations, or curled up with a true crime book.
* Prior results in an earlier case do not guarantee or suggest a similar outcome in future matters the lawyer may undertake.