CHEYENNE – The Wyoming State Bar is pleased to announce that Marshall Keller, an attorney from Thermopolis, Wyoming, has received a 2022 Pro Bono Award for Legal Services for Indigent Clients. Cathy Duncil, Pro Bono Coordinator for the Wyoming State Bar, presented the award at last week’s Pro Bono Luncheon which was held in conjunction with the Bar’s Annual Meeting & Judicial Conference in Casper.

The nomination for the award was submitted by Angie Dorsch, Executive Director of Equal Justice Wyoming.

Keller was recognized for his commitment and dedication to providing outstanding pro bono services through the Wyoming State Bar and Equal Justice Wyoming Volunteer Lawyer Program. Duncil accepted the award on behalf of Keller who was not able to be in attendance. In the nomination, Dorsch described the hard work and outstanding efforts in a very complex and challenging case.

Keller graduated from high school in Portland, Oregon, and joined the United States Navy in 1991. He became a SEAL in 1994. In 1997, Keller enrolled in Montana Tech University in Butte, Montana, to study geology and mining engineering. In 2014, following a stint with the Navy Reserves, he was employed as a mine engineer in Gillette, Wyoming.

Keller graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2019 and began working as a solo practitioner under the mentorship of Mike Messenger and other veteran lawyers from across the state.

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