Wyoming Public Service Commission

Employee Spotlight

Lori Brand

Staff Attorney

Lori L. Brand is the Assistant Secretary and Staff Attorney with the Wyoming Public Service Commission where she has been employed since January 2012. Lori graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Social Science from the University of Wyoming in 1997. She received her J.D., graduating with honors, from UW College of Law in 2000 and was awarded the Order of the Coif. Lori was Managing Editor of the Land and Water Law Review 1999-2000 and worked for the Albany County Attorney’s office during its prosecution of the Matthew Shepherd case. Following graduation, she served as a law clerk for then Chief Justice Larry Lehman of the Wyoming Supreme Court. In 2018, Lori received a Master of Public Administration from the University of Wyoming.

Before opening her own firm in 2007, Lori practiced with Gay Woodhouse Law Office P.C. and at Rothgerber, Johnson & Lyons LLP. Lori is licensed to practice law in Wyoming and Colorado and is admitted to all Wyoming and Colorado Courts, Federal District Court for the District of Wyoming, and the United States Supreme Court. She is a member of NARUC’s National Conference of Regulatory Attorneys, NARUC’s subcommittee on Rate Design, and the Wyoming Energy Bar and recently passed 10 years of service with the State of Wyoming.

Lori enjoys being engaged in her community and currently serves on Boards for the Cheyenne After-Hours Rotary Club, and Wyoming nonprofits Wyoming Children’s Legal Center, Family Promise and Pathfinder. Recently during its 50th Anniversary Gala, Lori received an award from the Wyoming Trial Lawyers’ Association in recognition for her years of service as the Editor in Chief of the Coffeehouse Magazine. Lori is married to Ray and they have a grown son Steven and an ornery tabby cat named Hobbes. They will be celebrating their 30th Anniversary in October 2019 with a trip to Italy and a Mediterranean cruise.

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