Vance Countryman is an accomplished attorney and community leader in Lander Wyoming. An active member of the Wyoming State Bar for over two decades, he holds practice experience in areas such as personal injury law, criminal law, and domestic law. His major career achievements include bringing the first welfare fraud case in his local county and organizing a major class action suit involving 180 plaintiffs and six law firms. As a prominent figure in his community, Vance Countryman previously served as mayor for Hudson, Wyoming and he also regularly serves as a member of the local school board.
Educated at the University of Wyoming College of Law, Vance Countryman earned his juris doctor in 1992. His academic history also includes earning an associates degree at Ricks College and an undergraduate degree in agriculture economics at Brigham young University. In his personal life, he actively supports charitable causes such as breast cancer awareness. He has also sponsored the Fremont Country Safe House, an organization committed to assisting individuals affected by domestic violence.