Meet Our Attorneys
Bill’s practice is diverse with experience in atypical litigation throughout the State. Bill also practices in areas of Agricultural Law including, but not limited to, real property acquisition, access issues, animal husbandry, oil & gas development and water issues; Business Law including entity formation, tax and business planning, contracts and dissolution issues; Real Estate including, purchase and sale, financing, subdivision, development, zoning and construction disputes; and, Estate planning and administration.
Bill has always been active in the Wyoming Bar Association. He served on several committees and was a founding member and past president of the Young Lawyer's Section. Bill completed a three-year term as Bar Commissioner for the Second Judicial District in September 2007, and served as Vice President of the Wyoming Bar Association for the years 2007-08. Bill also served as President-Elect of the Wyoming Bar Association for the years 2008-09 and President for the years 2009-10.
Bill and his wife, Tracey, have three children together - two sons and one daughter.
Kelly M. Neville was raised in Aztec, New Mexico and graduated with honors from New Mexico State University in 1999 with degrees in international business and Russian, and minors in international relations and Spanish. While at NMSU, Kelly served as the ASNMSU president and was awarded the Truman Scholarship as well as the award for Outstanding Senior for the College of Business. Before attending law school, Kelly worked in the consulting division of Arthur Anderson and as a foreign affairs analyst for the United States Senate Budget Committee.
Kelly is a graduate of Leadership Laramie and active with the Laramie Rotary Club where she serves as the World Community Service Chair. She has also served as a Cub Scout leader, youth hockey team manager and chair of the Laramie Holiday Home Tour Scholarship fundraiser.
Oral Argument - Opportunity Knocks, LLC. V. Shannon Electric, Inc., 2010 WY 99, 236 P.3d255 (Wyo. 2010).
Co-Author - UBI JUS IBI REMEDIUM--FOR THE VIOLATION OF EVERY RIGHT, THERE MUST BE A REMEDY: THE SUPREME COURT'S REFUSAL TO USE THE BIVENS REMEDY IN WILKIE v. ROBBINS, 8 Wyo. L. Rev. 193 (2008).
Prior to becoming an attorney, Mrs. Brome worked in law offices in Laramie where she gained broad knowledge of the private practice, her main focus being family law.
During law school, Cheryl was a member of Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity and participated in the Legal Services Program as well as the Domestic Violence Legal Assistance Program. Mrs. Brome joined Brown & Hiser LLC in 2015 where she looks forward to representing clients throughout Wyoming.
She is a current member of a local P.E.O. chapter, a Philanthropic Educational Organization that helps women pursue higher education, and served as the Vice-President of the Albany County Bar Association for the years 2014-2015. She is married to Trent Brome and has two sons.