- Co-authored Comment, 28 Land & Water L. Rev. 593 (1993)
- Co-chair of 2003 Wyoming Water Law Conference in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
- Co-presented CLE instruction at the 2003 Wyoming Water Law Conference, on “Reserved Water Rights.” (A copy of the brochure is attached and written materials are available on request.)
- Presented CLE instruction at the 2003 Wyoming Water Law Conference, on “The FERC Re-licensing Process for Hydropower Projects.” (A copy of the brochure is attached and written materials are available on request.)
- Presented CLE instruction at the 2004 Wyoming Water Law Conference, on “Change in Place of Use and Other Petitions before the Wyoming Board of Control.” (A copy of the brochure is attached and written materials are available on request.)
- Article published in the Wyoming State Bar’s June 2004 issue of the Wyoming Lawyer on “Change in Place of Use and Other Petitions before the Wyoming Board of Control.” (A copy is attached.)
- Law Office of Brian C. Shuck, P.C., Mar. 2002 – present. Representing and advising a variety of clients with water and natural resource issues and engage in a limited general practice, excluding criminal, bankruptcy, and divorce cases. Practice areas include: water law, natural resources law, FERC hydropower re-licensing, public lands, real estate, civil litigation, federal Indian law, governmental and administrative matters, construction disputes, estate planning, Medicaid issues, and business formations. Continued to serve as Special Assistant Attorney General on water, natural resource, and federal Indian law issues until the Spring of 2003. Average of 50-60 hours per week.
Dray, Thomson & Dyekman, P.C., Senior Associate, Feb. 2000 – Mar. 2002.
Handled various types of civil litigation and appeals. Advised clients on various water, natural resource, federal and state lands, real estate, civil litigation, federal Indian law, and lien issues. Continued to serve as Special Assistant Attorney General and represent the State of Wyoming in water, natural resources, and federal Indian law, and other politically sensitive matters. Prepared 3 briefs to the Wyoming Supreme Court. Average of 50-60 hours per week.
Wyoming Attorney General’s Office, Senior Assistant Attorney General, Jan. 1998 -- Feb. 2000.
Represented and advised the State Engineer’s Office on various interstate and intrastate cases and represented the agency in administrative contested cases and appeals. Worked with and advised State Engineer and members of the Board of Control on various water-related issues. Co-counsel resenting State of Wyoming in Big Horn River General Stream Adjudication. Handled administrative proceedings, litigation, and settlements involving interstate and water-related issues in the Bear River system. Prepared briefs to the Wyoming Supreme Court. Average of 50-80 hours per week.
Stevens, Edwards & Hallock, P.C., Associate Attorney, Sept. 1994--Jan. 1998
Represented and advised a number of clients in the areas of civil litigation, real estate, liens, business formations, water rights, and oil and gas. Prepared two appellate briefs and presented one oral argument to the Wyoming Supreme Court. See, Pullman v. Outzen, 924 P.2d 416 (Wyo. 1997). 40-50 hours per week.
Bormuth, Freeman & Montgomery Vannoy, Legal Assistant, 1993 -- 1994.
Drafted numerous documents and letters; researched and drafted various motions and supporting memoranda; researched various legal issues; assisted in trial preparation; and interviewed clients. 40-50 hours per week.
The Honorable Alan B. Johnson, United States District Court, District of Wyoming, Externship, Spring 1993.
Williams, Porter, Day & Neville, Legal Internship, Summer 1992.
The Honorable Wade Brorby, United States Circuit Judge, Tenth Circuit, Externship, Spring 1992.
Stevens, Edwards & Hallock, Legal Internship, Summer 1991.
State of Wyoming, 1994 United States District Court, District of Wyoming, 1994United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2002.
Wyoming Water Association, 2000-2004; Colorado River Water Users’ Association, 2000-2004; Wyoming State Bar Lien Statute Study Committee, Chairman, 2001-2004; Wyoming State Bar Association CLE Committee, 2000-2003; Cheyenne Berean Church Treasurer, 2000-2004.
- University of Wyoming College of Commerce and Industry
- B.S. in Business Administration, May 1989
- G.P.A.: 3.41 of possible 4.00
- Honors included:
- Who’s Who, 1989
- Greek Man of Year Award, 1989
- Sigma Nu Outstanding Senior Award, 1989
- Winston Howard Campus Citizenship Award, 1988
- Dean’s Honor Roll, Fall 1986, Summer 1986, Spring 1986
- President’s List, Fall 1985
- Activities included:
- A.S.U.W. Student Government, senator and executive officer, 1986-1989
- O.D.K. National Leadership Honorary, member and President,1987-1989
- Sigma Nu Fraternity, active member and Rush Chairman, 1985-1989
- Wyoming Student Union Board, member and Chairman, 1987-1989
- Mortar Board Senior Honorary, member, 1988-1989
- Iron Skull Junior Honorary, member 1987-1988
- Interfraternity Council, V.P. for Public Relations, 1986-1987
- Spurs Sophomore Honorary, V.P, 1986-1987
- Mr. Keith S. Burron, Associated Legal Group, LLC, 1807 Capitol Avenue, Suite 203, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001. Tel.: (307) 632-2888. Keith is a colleague with whom I co-counseled the Big Horn River Adjudication and other water-related cases.