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Bob Berger, Attorney

Robert G. Berger

Bob grew up on a Wyoming ranch.  He graduated with honors from the University of Wyoming, with a B. S. degree in economics, in 1974, and with honors from the University of Wyoming College of Law, with his Juris Doctor degree, in 1977.   Bob served with the U. S. Department of the Interior in Washington, D. C. for two years, before returning to Wyoming to practice law. Bob joined Lonabaugh and Riggs as an associate in 1979 and became a partner in 1981. Bob practices primarily in the areas of real estate and business transactions, estate planning and administration, and business planning.  He is active in the community through a number of foundations and charitable organizations.



    BS: Economics, University of Wyoming, summa cum laude, 1974

    JD: University of Wyoming, with honor, 1977 


Current Membership

    Wyoming State Bar, admitted 1977

    District of Columbia, admitted 1979

    U.S. Supreme Court, admitted 1988

Primary Areas of Practice

    Business Law, Real Estate, Natural Resources, and Estate                   Planning

Civic Activities

    The Brinton Museum - Board President, 2016 - present

    Sheridan College Foundation Board, 2017 - present
    Big Horn Education Fund Board, 2008 - present 

    Zullig Foundation Board, 2004 - present
    First Interstate Bank - Sheridan Advisory Board, 1999 - 2021
    Sheridan Senior Center Capital Steering Committee, 2014-2015
    Cato Foundation Board, 2003-2010
    Decker Family Foundation Board, 2002-2013
    Center for a Vital Community at Sheridan College, 2001-2009 
    Wyoming Community Foundation - Affiliate Board, 1998-2004
    Schuchert Foundation Board, 1996-2006   
    Historic Sheridan Inn Joint Powers Board, 1995-1999
    Sheridan Heritage Center Board, 1991-1994


Publications & Presentations

    Articles Editor, Land and Water Review, 1976-1977

    Wyoming Estate Planning - Multiple Seminars 

    Conservation Easements - Public Seminars and Legal Education


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