Kristopher Reed specializes in Commercial Litigation, Trust Litigation, Employment Law, Tax Law, Administrative and Regulatory Law and Intellectual Property/Unfair Competition Law. He has established a successful reputation in his areas of expertise. He is well known among his clients for achieving his goals and meeting their needs. Reliable, hardworking, and stalwart in his integrity, He is a team player, ensuring total satisfaction of outcomes and high-quality products of his time and labor.
Kristopher grew up in Aberdeen and Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Originally, he thought he would be a computer engineer, but his innate abilities to be empathetic and curious, as well as his commitment to listen to and to argue for others, led him to the law. An avid reader and passionate writer, he leapt at the chance to be continually challenged by the study and practice of legal precedent and progress.
At the University of South Dakota, Kristopher earned his degree in History. After college, he worked for the Bureau of Information and Technology before deciding to enroll at the Knudson School of Law, and then clerked for Justice Jensen at the South Dakota Supreme Court. After a period of success and growth practicing law in northeast South Dakota, he made the transition over to Boyce Law, where he enjoys working to help his clients solve their problems.
In his free time, Kristopher spends his time with his wife and children, who have been beyond proud to see him become the first in his family to graduate from college and graduate school and go on to pursue his passion for law with wisdom and intellect.
Publications and Presentations
Publication: Back to the Future: How the Holding of Shelby County v. Holder Has Been a Reality for South Dakota Native Americans since 1975, Volume 62 of the South Dakota Law Review, 2017.
Presentation: Law, Policy, and Fetal Remains, presented at Cultures of Change: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Research Conference, Vermillion, SD (March 23, 2017).