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Jason Wasserburger
Attorney at Law

Jason Wasserburger

Jason D. Wasserburger is 4th generation native Wyomingite who grew up on his family’s ranch north of Lusk.  A graduate of Niobrara County High School, he attended the University of Wyoming, where he received the prestigious Admiral Emory S. Land and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in political science.  Jason later attended the University of Wyoming College of Law and graduated in May 2008.  Jason is active in the Cheyenne, Wyoming community and many others in Wyoming as a top Wyoming High School Activities Association wrestling official and is the head rules interpreter for Wyoming. He is also chairman of the board for the NCHS Alumni Golf Tournament, a successful nonprofit that donates money to Niobrara County students for scholarships and activities. When not working as an attorney or official, Jason coaches his boys in soccer, baseball, and wrestling and enjoys cooking smoked barbeque for his friends and family.   

Prior to forming WSH Law, Jason was a water policy advisor for Governor Mead where he advised on a litany of water issues that affected the State of Wyoming. Jason also worked for Throne Law Office, P.C. and Lubnau Law Office, PC on civil litigation matters.    

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  • J.D. - University of Wyoming, College of Law, Laramie, Wyoming; 2008

  • B.S. - University of Wyoming; 2005 

Professional Associations and Memberships 

  • Wyoming Bar Association 

  • Oklahoma Bar Association 

  • Wyoming Association of Professional Landman 

  • The Foundation for Natural Resources and Energy Law 

  • Petroleum Association of Wyoming 

  • Wyoming Sports Officials Association 

Past Employment Positions 

  • Throne Law Office, P.C., 2013-2022 

  • State of Wyoming Governor’s Office, 2012-1013 

  • Lubnau Law Office, PC, 2008-2012

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