Prior to being a lawyer, Rob was a firefighter with a BLM Hotshot crew and a Forest... more
Prior to being a lawyer, Rob was a firefighter with a BLM Hotshot crew and a Forest Service District crew and spent his younger summers working on a cattle ranch. As a result of these life experiences, Rob appreciates the value of difficult manual labor with long hours and he takes particular pride in representing people who know what it means to work hard for a living.
Robert A. Krause was born in Reading, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the University... more
Robert A. Krause was born in Reading, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the University of Dayton School of Law, magna cum laude, in 1984. After completing a clerkship with the Court of Appeals of Maryland, he practiced law in Baltimore, Maryland and the District of Columbia for five years before moving to Wyoming. He began practicing with The Spence Law Firm in 1990 and has been partner in the fi... view profile
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