Molly H. Dow

Molly grew up in Eastern Oregon, and moved to Wyoming in 2002 to attend college.  She completed her undergraduate education in 2006, when she graduated, cum laude, with a BA in Criminal Justice from the University of Wyoming. After her graduation, Molly worked as the Volunteer Coordinator at Laramie’s domestic violence resource center for two years, and then decided to attend law school in Washington, D.C.  Molly graduated from The George Washington University Law School with high honors in 2011. Afterward she returned to Wyoming to work at Daly, Davidson & Sorenson, LLC. She moved to Sheridan and joined Lonabaugh & Riggs, LLP in August 2013.  She became a partner at the firm in 2017.

Molly’s primary practice consists of oil and gas law, real estate matters, civil litigation, business law and estate planning.

Outside of work, Molly spends most of her time helping her husband, Brandon, with work on his family’s ranch. She also enjoys travelling, backpacking, reading, horseback riding and spending time with her family.


    BA: Criminal Justice, University of Wyoming, cum laude

    JD: The George Washington University Law School, high honors 

    Order of the Coif 


Current Membership

    Wyoming State Bar, admitted 2011

    Colorado State Bar, admitted 2011

    U.S. District Court - Wyoming, admitted 2011

    U.S. District Court - Colorado, admitted 2011

 Primary Areas of Practice

    Oil & Gas, Civil Litigation, Real Estate, Business and Estate                 Planning

Civic Activities

    Sheridan Senior Center, 2015 - Present

    Sheridan County Museum & Historical Society, 2014-Present

    Child Development Center, Region II Board Member, 2014-Present

    Campbell County Juvenile and Family Drug Court, 2012-2013

    City of Gillette Mayor's Art Council, 2011-2013

    Gillette Abuse Refuge Foundation Board Member, 2011-2013

Physical: 50 E. Loucks, Suite 110

Mailing: Drawer 5059

Sheridan, WY 82801

Phone: (307) 672-7444

Fax: (307) 672-2230

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