Travis E. Stroud is a member of the State Bar of California, State Bar number 279606. He swore in December 5th, 2011. He obtained his law degree from Cal Northern School of Law which is located in Chico, California. Travis also has a Baccalaureate degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Nevada, Reno.
Travis can be reached by phone at 530-838-0828 or email at , or in person at 1120 Solano Street, Corning, CA, 96021.
Natalie R. Ludwig is a member of the State Bar of California. Her bar number is 300093. She swore in December 1st, 2014. She obtained her law degree from Cal Northern School of Law which is located in Chico, CA. Natalie can be reached by phone at 530-838-0828, or at , or in person at 1120, Solano Street, Corning, CA, 96021.
Josh Morris, Esq. is the son of a law professor. He moved to Shasta County, California, in 1996 to start a farm with his wife, Jessica. The Morris’ soon realized that there are many legal issues involved in running a small business and owning agricultural property. These legal issues piqued Mr. Morris’ interest in the law. In 2009, the Morris’ were between agricultural enterprises and Mr. Morris enrolled in law school. In 2013, Mr. Morris graduated from law school and passed the bar exam. His bar number is 292832. Mr. Morris’ primary goals in being a legal counselor are helping clients understand the law and legal basis behind a claim; helping clients honestly evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of their case; and putting forth the best case possible to resolve legal issues. In addition to legal work, Mr. Morris continues to farm with his wife and two children in Tehama County, California.
Elena Ibarra - Office Assistant
Elena Ibarra is a graduate of Corning High School. She speaks fluent Spanish and English. Elena has family ties throughout the North State. Currently a lot of her concentration goes to tending to her young family. Although, we try to keep her at the Stroud & Ludwig Law Firm as much as we can. Elena is an intricate part of The Firm. She does what we call running the point, which is a basketball phrase. Running the point means that most things start with her; intake, meetings, calendaring, serving documents, etc.