I have practiced law with the same firm in my home town since law school. I... more
I have practiced law with the same firm in my home town since law school. I participate heavily in community activities and believe strongly in giving back to the community. I am known for my work ethic and professional conduct. I take a practical view of business litigation that allows clients to be fully aware of the potential advantages and costs of litigation and other alternative dispute r... view profile
I joined Kline Law Office, P.C., in 2014 after eight years at the Wyoming Attorney... more
I joined Kline Law Office, P.C., in 2014 after eight years at the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office. While there, I gained substantial experience prosecuting disciplinary matters before almost all state professional licensing boards, and I was also responsible for representing numerous state agencies in employment and personnel matters before both state and federal agencies, including the Unite... view profile
I joined Kline Law Office, P.C., in 2011 and represent individuals and businesses in... more
I joined Kline Law Office, P.C., in 2011 and represent individuals and businesses in complex civil rights litigation, employment issues, licensing issues and administrative matters. I also represent individuals in personal injury and medical malpractice suits, recently obtaining a $1.5 million judgment in a personal injury matter. Prior to joining the firm, I prosecuted for the Laramie Coun... view profile
In my spare (!) time, I raise alpacas. I have a herd of 60 animals with 8 babies due... more
In my spare (!) time, I raise alpacas. I have a herd of 60 animals with 8 babies due this summer. I have most of their fiber processed into Pendleton blankets, but I also spin, weave and knit alpaca fiberto relax. I also have four horses and ride as often as I can.
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