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Eric Easton
Eric Easton was raised in Wyoming and graduated from the University of Wyoming School of Law in 1983. In 1985, after two years in private practice, he accepted the position of Deputy Natrona County Attorney and moved to Casper, Wyoming. In 1989, he was appointed Natrona County Attorney, and served in that capacity for sixteen years. In 2005, he took a position with the Wyoming Attorney General's Office as Senior Assistant Attorney General/Director of the Wyoming Medical Review Panel. Additional duties include counsel for the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, which is headquartered in Casper, and the Wyoming Enhanced Oil Recovery Commission. He also acts as the prosecuting attorney for the Wyoming Board of Pharmacy, the Wyoming Water Well Contractors and Pump Installers Board, and the Wyoming Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission.

Senior Assistant Attorney General

Tim Miller

Tim was born and raised in Casper, Wyoming. He earned his B.S. from the University of Wyoming in 1985, and his J.D. from the University of Wyoming in 1989. He initially worked as an associate in Salt Lake City and Jackson. He returned to Casper in 1994 and joined Reeves & Murdock (later Reeves & Miller). He opened his own office in 2005 and joined the Attorney General’s Office as a Senior Assistant Attorney General in 2016. He represents the Department of Workforce Services primarily in workers’ compensation matters.

Assistant Attorney General
Micah Christensen

Micah grew up in Wyoming’s Big Horn Basin. He served as State President of the Wyoming FFA Association and competed on the debate team while attending Casper College. Micah went on to earn two bachelor degrees in Political Science and Communication Studies from Arkansas State in Jonesboro, Arkansas. In 2017, Micah graduated with honors from the University of Wyoming College of law. While in law school, he represented Wyoming at consecutive national environmental moot court competitions and an oil and gas lease negotiation competition in Texas. Micah also served as the Student Director for the Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Clinic.

After law school Micah clerked for the Honorable Scott W Skavdahl, Chief Judge of the Federal District Court for the District of Wyoming. In 2018, Micah accepted a position in the Casper Office of the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office. He represents the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission and the Department of Work Force Services.


Wendy Haverlock, C.P.
(307) 265-2225
FAX (307) 265-2623