Meet Our Attorneys

John LaBuda

John LaBuda

John graduated from the University of Wyoming School of Law in 1992 and has specialized in criminal law defense ever since.  He has practiced state-wide and has had offices in Sheridan, Buffalo, Rock Springs, and currently Pinedale. John has tried over 75 cases to Wyoming juries in his 26 year legal career.

John is married to his wife Mary Anne, who is a special education teacher at the Pinedale Elementary School.  They live with children Tommy, Hannah and Katie.

PINEDALE OFFICE   219 E. Pine Street, Suite 201, Pinedale, WY 82941   (307) 367-3927

Rives White

Rives grew up in Wyoming and Nebraska caring for livestock and participating in 4-H and FFA. He received a bachelor’s degree in Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management and law degree from the University of Wyoming. After law school, he spent two years in Washington State while his wife finished veterinary school. After she graduated, they moved to Cody, Wyoming, where she is a mixed animal veterinarian.

Outside of trial, he enjoys being outdoors and spends countless hours in the saddle. He starts colts under saddle, team ropes, and shows horses in multiple disciplines. Rives is on the Board of Directors for the Cowboy State Stock Horse Association and works as a farrier doing corrective shoeing for horses.

CODY OFFICE   PO Box 2773, Cody, WY 82414   (307) 231-3505

Meet Our Staff

Shelly Walker

Shelly was born and raised in Wyoming and lived in New Mexico for thirteen years. She moved back to Wyoming fifteen years ago, and enjoys the simplicity of living in Pinedale, near mountains and wildlife. Shelly enjoys the diversity of working in the legal field. Shelly has two children and enjoys spending her spare time with her family.

Pinedale, Wyoming

219 E. Pine Street, Suite 201
PO Box 1240
Pinedale, WY 82941
(307) 367-3927 Phone
(307) 367-3928 Fax

Cody, Wyoming

P.O. Box 2773
Cody, WY 82414
(307) 231-3505 Phone
(307) 333-0405 Fax


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