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Keith Burron has practiced natural resources law for nearly thirty years in both large and small firms and in the public sector.  His practice areas include water rights, water quality, public lands, environmental law, permitting, real estate and administrative law.  He is licensed to practice in both Wyoming and Colorado. 

Keith also provides regulatory and governmental affairs representation, focusing on policy and legislative issues related to his practice areas.  He also represents clients in property and business transactions and assists clients with due diligence reviews related to complex water and environmental issues in asset and real estate transactions.

Keith is active in several professional organizations and serves as a Trustee in the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation and as a Trustee for Wyoming in the 1200+ member Colorado River Water Users Association.  He frequently speaks on  issues affecting Wyoming's industries and natural resource policies.  In  2015, Keith was appointed by Governor Mead as an Alternate Commissioner for Wyoming on the Upper Colorado River Commission. 


Keith carries the highest possible AV Preeminent® rating from Martindale Hubbell. (, 2004-current).  He is also listed in Best Lawyers in America©  in Environmental law and Administrative/Regulatory Law (, 2018-2021).

Raised on the Front Range of Colorado, Keith moved to  Wyoming to attend law school in the late 80's and planted roots in Southeast Wyoming.  He and his wife Alice have raised four children in Wyoming and enjoy all the great outdoor opportunities that living in the state provides.  

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