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About Jack Edwards

Jack D. Edwards is a passionate advocate for the injured men and women of Wyoming. He works tirelessly to protect the rights of his clients and to deliver the legal results they need. Jack is compassionately committed to helping his clients through the legal process.

Jack continually focuses on perfecting and expanding his unique skill set by attending regular, professional training, and establishing key relationships with professionals. He is constantly advocating in the legal and medical communities, and developing processes and strategies in order to effectively and efficiently serve his clients.

Jack was appointed by the Wyoming State Bar President as a member of the Civil Pattern Jury Instructions Committee. Not only is Jack an experienced advocate in the area of Wyoming Workers’ Compensation Law, but he has also spoken to various groups about the subject. Topics Jack addresses include… the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, the University of Wyoming, College of Law, and Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG). Jack, with his high level knowledge and experience, is regularly called upon by other attorneys with whom he has networked, from all over the U.S. He regularly helps lawyers across Wyoming and the nation in preparing cases for trial and in the handling of settlement conferences.

Jack is a graduate of the Trial Lawyer’s College which was founded by Gerry Spence. The Trial Lawyer’s College is dedicated to training and educating lawyers and judges who are committed to the American jury system and to representing and obtaining justice for every client—the poor, the injured, the forgotten, the voiceless, the defenseless, and the damned. The Trial Lawyer’s College is committed to protecting the rights of injured and mistreated people from corporate and government oppression. Jack shares that commitment and supports that mission in every aspect of his law practice.


  • American Association for Justice
  • Injury Board
  • Wyoming Trial Lawyer Association
  • Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group
  • Wyoming Bar Association


  • University of Wyoming, College of Law

  • University of Nevada, Reno

    B.A. in Criminal Justice