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Emily R. Rankin, Partner – The Spence Law Firm, LLC

Emily R. Rankin Partner

Emily R. Rankin, Partner – The Spence Law Firm, LLC

Wyoming personal injury attorney Emily R. Rankin has extensive experience assisting clients with an array of personal injury and wrongful death cases. She has successfully litigated on behalf of her clients in everything from catastrophic injury cases to civil rights lawsuits to oil and gas field incidents and trucking accidents. A third-generation Wyoming resident, Emily dedicates much of her time and practice to helping injured victims both in the state and throughout the country.

Emily majored in both sociology and political science as an undergrad at the University of Arizona before going on to earn her law degree in 2000 from the University of Wyoming College of Law. After law school, Emily was a clerk for the Wyoming Supreme Court for Former Chief Justice Marilyn S. Kite. She then joined The Spence Law Firm and became its first female partner in 2009.

Emily lives in Jackson, Wyoming with her husband and two children.


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“I am inspired by my clients’ courage to seek justice, and together we work to bring about positive change in society for a better tomorrow.”


  • Past President of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association
  • Martindale-Hubbell® Rated AV Preeminent®
  • Graduate of Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College
  • Board of Directors of Lawyers and Advocates for Wyoming (L.A.W.)
  • American Association for Justice
  • Board of Directors of The Children’s Advocacy Project
  • Federal Bar Association
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