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Attorney, Robinson Stelting Welch Bramlet LLC
UW degrees: Bachelor’s in political science (2003); Juris Doctorate (2013)
Marci is president of the Casper Wyoming Officials Organization and a board member of The Lyric civic auditorium group.
“Being a Wyoming Cowboy means knowing my values and priorities, and living by them. I truly believe that even the most seemingly inconsequential decisions in our lives should be made with our priorities in mind.”
Marci Crank Bramlet is a native of Casper, Wyoming, and she graduated from Natrona County High School in 1999. Marci was then awarded a Presidential Scholarship to attend the University of Wyoming. As an intercollegiate student athlete, Marci attained her B.S. in political science and played soccer for UW.
Marci later attended the University of Wyoming School of Law where she graduated with honors, obtaining a Juris Doctorate degree in 2013. While in law school, Marci participated in the Prosecution Assistance Clinic, the Human Rights and Immigration Practicum, and most notably placed second in the United States in the ABA National Client Counseling Competition in 2012, the largest moot court competition in the nation. Marci had another national top ten finish in the same competition in 2013. Marci was recognized for excellence in trial advocacy, and was also named the National Association of Women Lawyers Outstanding Law Student of the University of Wyoming for 2013.
“To me, being a Wyoming Cowboy means having the courage to be authentic. It is tempting to mold ourselves into whatever version of us fits a given situation. I refuse to do it. I’m the same ‘Marci’ with my family, with my friends, with my partners, at work, and in court.”
Marci has experience in a wide variety of practice areas, including Civil Litigation, Criminal Defense, Corporate Law, Estate Planning, Land and Real Estate, Business Planning, Employment, Civil Rights, and Contracts and Transactional Law. Marci’s objective in all cases is to provide sound legal advice while devoting the energy and focus necessary for excellent client advocacy and representation. She is admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of the State of Wyoming, the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
“I hope to lift others up through my work and other service. I can only hope that these actions have a ripple effect, even though they are just a small stone dropped in rough waters.”
Marci is active in several charitable organizations, including being on the board for the University of Wyoming “W” Club, the division of the Cowboy Joe Club devoted to re-engaging former UW athletes and encouraging their participation and support of UW athletics. She also serves on the board of the Lyric, a non-profit working to build a performing arts center in Casper, and is currently the president of the Casper Wyoming Officials Association.
Marci is married to Casey, a former UW Cowboy and NFL player and now a financial advisor in Casper. Marci and Casey have two boys, Carson (6) and Cameron (3). The family enjoys spending time outdoors, especially hiking with their Labrador retriever, Bentley. Marci and Casey also devote a great amount of time to officiating varsity high school basketball, and both have been 3A/4A state tournament selections. Marci and Casey truly enjoy the opportunity officiating provides for them to work with kids from around the state and to support positive activities for the youth from communities across Wyoming.
“Being a Wyoming Cowboy means knowing my values and priorities, and living by them. I truly believe that even the most seemingly inconsequential decisions in our lives should be made with our priorities in mind. I hope to raise children who grow to help others and elevate their communities.”
Marci Crank Bramlet WAS a featured speaker at the event on Sept. 30, 2020
Casper | David Street Station