Bryan has worked on challenging and noteworthy cases throughout his career, representing injured people and their families against big corporations and the government. He has successfully settled or tried cases involving unsafe railroad crossings, injuries to children, civil rights, wrongful death or catastrophic injury, workplace accidents, products liability, and medical malpractice.
Recently, Bryan resolved a wrongful death case involving FELA and Wyoming Railroad Act claims against three major corporations, representing the family of a young man killed while working in a dangerous railyard at a Wyoming trona mine.
Currently, as part of his work for a non-profit public interest law firm, Bryan represents the family of man who died while in police custody.
Faculty for Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyer’s College
University of Wyoming College of Law Board of Advisors (Invited Member)
President of Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association
Graduate of Conflict Resolution Program (University of Utah)
Board of Directors of Lawyers & Advocates for Wyoming, a non-profit public interest law firm.
Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
United States Supreme Court
• Through affiliation, Bryan represents clients in many other federal and state courts throughout the United States.
Bryan Ulmer was born in Minnesota and raised in Newcastle, Wyoming. He received a degree in business administration from the University of Wyoming. He earned his law degree from the University of Wyoming College of Law, graduating with honor, ranked first in his law school class. After law school Bryan worked as an associate lawyer with The Spence Law Firm. He has been a partner in the firm since 2000. Bryan lives in Jackson, Wyoming, with his wife, Vonde, and their three children.
“The law in the hands of the jury is the great equalizer. It gives the ordinary citizen the opportunity to obtain justice and gives the people – through the jury – the power to effect positive change for society. Power over wealthy corporations. Power over governments. The law, through the jury, gives the people power over the powerful.”