Supervising Attorney General
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
Sean was born and raised in Alpena, a small town in the northern lower peninsula of Michigan. In 2007, he received a bachelor's degree in political science and journalism from Eastern Michigan University. After graduation, he worked as a journalist for about five years in Michigan, Wyoming, and Washington. In 2016, he graduated cum laude from Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, WA. He also passed the Uniform Bar Exam in 2016. While attending Gonzaga Law, he served as an intern for the Washington Attorney General's Office in its Medicaid Fraud Control Unit and clerked in Spokane County Superior Court for the Hon. James Triplet. Sean is a vested member of Gonzaga Law Review. From 2016 to 2020, he worked as an associate attorney for Evans, Craven & Lackie, P.S., a mid-sized firm in Spokane, where his practice focused primarily on municipal defense litigation. In January 2021, Sean accepted a position with the Wyoming Attorney General's Office. He represents the Department of Workforce Services in the Attorney General's Casper office.
Brian was born and raised in Casper, Wyoming. After serving five years in the United States Navy, as an aviation electrician, Brian returned to Wyoming to attend the University of Wyoming graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Philosophy in 2007. In 2010, Brian graduated from the University of Wyoming, College of Law. While attending law school, Brian co-authored a paper on defining wind rights in Wyoming for the Task Force on Wind Energy for the Wyoming State Legislature. Brian further served as a teaching assistant for undergraduate students taking courses in Environmental Law. Upon graduating law school, Brian was hired as an associate at the law firm of Williams, Porter, Day & Neville, P.C. In 2014, Brian was named a partner at Williams Porter, Day & Neville, P.C. In October of 2019, Brian accepted a position with the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office at its Casper office. Brian currently represents the Department of Workforce Services.
Stephanie Sneesby was born and raised in Casper, Wyoming. In 1999, she graduated cum laude with her Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in 1999 from Texas State University. Following graduation, Stephanie went to work in Denver, Colorado in technical sales as an account manager for multiple large oilfield service companies. She attended the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law at night while working full-time and obtained her Juris Doctor in 2006. Stephanie then began working as a landman, obtaining leases, researching mineral title, performing due diligence for acquisitions and divestures, and negotiating and drafting various agreements for uranium and oil and gas companies. In 2022, Stephanie began working as an Associate for Beatty and Wozniak, P.C., focusing on oil and gas regulatory and transactional matters. In August 2022, Stephanie accepted a position with the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office, primarily serving as counsel for the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.