Randall "RT" Cox has lived in Wyoming and Montana for most of his life. He worked on... more
Randall "RT" Cox has lived in Wyoming and Montana for most of his life. He worked on ranches, in sawmills, logging and in the oil field to pay for his education. He graduated from the University of Montana cum laude and earned his law degree at the University of Wyoming. He has published books and treatises, including Easements, Access & Eminent Domain. He is involved in his community and ... view profile
Prior to law school, I was an entrepreneur. With a partner, and some seed money from... more
Prior to law school, I was an entrepreneur. With a partner, and some seed money from an entrepreneurship competition, I started and grew a successful business. I experienced first hand the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship. Now, as an attorney, I enjoy working with business to help them find success. My experience in representing businesses ranges from incorporations, contract negotiat... view profile
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