Amanda K. Roberts

Amanda graduated with honor from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2005.  After graduation, Amanda worked as a staff attorney for Justice E. James Burke (2005-2007) and Justice Lynn Boomgaarden (2018-2019) at the Wyoming Supreme Court.  Amanda gained a broad range of experience in private practice after joining the firm of Lonabaugh and Riggs, LLP in 2007.  She became a partner of the firm in 2012.  Amanda rejoined the firm in 2020 following her second clerkship with the Court.

 

Amanda is licensed in Wyoming and Montana.  Her primary practice areas consist of civil litigation, appellate work, oil and gas, contracts, estate planning, real estate (including conservation easements), business planning, and select domestic relations cases (including serving as a guardian ad litem, guardianships and conservatorships).  She also provides contract work for other attorneys and law firms around the state of Wyoming.

 

 

Education

     -BA Administration of Justice, University of Wyoming, with honor,         1998;

     -JD University of Wyoming College of Law, with honor, 2005;       

       Order of the Barristers (Pace Moot Court Competition)

 

Current Membership

     Wyoming State Bar, admitted 2005
     Montana State Bar, admitted 2009
     U.S. District Court - Wyoming, admitted 2005
     U.S. District Court - Montana, admitted 2009
     U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, admitted 2008
     U.S. Supreme Court, admitted 2009

Honors and Activities:

  • Treasurer of the Board of Directors for Legal Aid of Wyoming (2016-current)

  • Wyoming Access to Justice Commission, 2009 to 2019

  • Board of Professional Responsibility (2016-2018)

  • Recipient of the 2014 Pro Bono Award for Legal Services for Indigent Clients

  • Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, 2008 to 2018

  • Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Member, 2008 to 2018

  • Sheridan County Bar Association, 2007 to present

  • Guardian ad litem Certification

  • American Inns of Court Member, 2005 to 2007

  • Presenter for seminar on Conservation Easements – Planning Considerations on behalf of the University of Wyoming Foundation, May 14, 2013

  • Order of the Barristers (Pace Moot Court Competition)

  • Staff Member of Legal Services Clinic, University of Wyoming College of Law

  • Staff and Senior Staff Member, Wyoming Law Review, 2003-2005

Published Appellate Court Decisions Include:

  • Linden v. Linden, 455 P.3d 1254 (Wyo. 2020)

  • Bruegman v. Bruegman, 417 P.3d 157 (Wyo. 2018)

  • Willey v. Willey, et al, 2016 WY 116 (Wyo. 2016)

  • Golden v. Guion, 375 P.3d 719 (Wyo. 2016)

  • Clay v. Mountain Valley Mineral Ltd. P’ship, 2015 WY 84 (Wyo. 2015)

  • Gjertsen v. Ter Haar, 2015 WY 56 (Wyo. 2015)

  • Hatch v. Walton, 2015 WY 19 (Wyo. 2015)

  • McTiernan v. Jellis, 2013 WY 151 (Wyo. 2013)

  • Bison Pipeline, LLC v. 102.84 Acres of Land, 732 F.3d 1215 (10th Cir. 2013)

  • Barlow Ranch, Ltd. P'ship v. Greencore Pipeline Co. LLC, 2013 WY 34 (Wyo. 2013)

  • Golden v. Guion, 2013 WY 45 (Wyo. 2013)

  • Nw. Bldg. Co., LLC v. Nw. Distrib. Co., Inc., 2012 WY 113, (Wyo. 2012)

  • Hunter v. Reese, 2011 WY 97 (Wyo. 2011)

  • Hoffman v. Johnson Cnty. Hospital Dist., 2011 WY 65 (Wyo. 2011)

  • Holiday v. Holiday, 2011 WY 12 (Wyo. 2011)

  • Bylin v. Billings, 568 F.3d 1224 (10th Cir. 2009), cert denied, 130 S. Ct. 1506 (2010)

Physical: 50 E. Loucks, Suite 110

Mailing: Drawer 5059

Sheridan, WY 82801

Phone: (307) 672-7444

Fax: (307) 672-2230

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