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John is a partner in the law firm of Hickey & Evans where he first began practicing law upon graduation from law school in 1984. His practice areas include probate, local government law and a trial practice. He has a Martindale AV rating and has been selected to Super Lawyers.
John is married and has seven children and seventeen grandchildren. He enjoys Wyoming’s rugged outdoors and is an avid hunter, fisherman, photographer and he also enjoys scuba diving. He has authored two novels, Pioneer Parables and Varmint Hunter. John also writes a regular op-ed column for the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, which is Wyoming’s second largest newspaper.
For many years he was the piano player for a local children’s choir and he also spent many summers coaching girls’ softball teams. John played for two summers on the Junior PGA golf tour, when he was in High School. He also acquired a pilot’s license while in High School.
John’s interest in litigation first began while competing on Cheyenne Central High School’s cross- examination debate team. He particularly enjoys his litigation practice where he is able to intertwine his legal skills with his psychological training.
Cotton v. City of Cheyenne, 85 P.3d 999 (Wyo. 2004)
Lexington Insurance Co. v. Precision Drilling Co., 830 F.3d 1219 (10th Cir. 2016).
Worman v. BP America Production Company, 2011 WY 54.
City of Cheyenne, Wyoming v. Board of County Commissioners of Laramie Co., 2012 WY 156.
Basic Probate in Wyoming National Business Institute, January, 1988
Basic Elder Law, National Business Institute, 1994
The Casey Family Program
Nabors Drilling U.S.A., L.P
Wyoming Bank and Trust
Michael Bohl, Wyoming Bank and Trust
Laramie County Wyoming, Assistant County Attorney, 1984 – 1992
Eastern Wyoming College, Attorney, 1991 – 2007
Wyoming State Bar Assn., 1984 – Present
Southeast Wyoming Estate Planning CouncilPresident 1998-1999
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