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iberlin-amyAmy M. Iberlin

Associate – Since 2015


Juris Doctorate, 2014, University of Wyoming College of Law
Master’s Degree in Public Administration, 2014, University of Wyoming
Bachelor of Art Degree in Criminal Justice, 2010, University of Wyoming
Bachelor of Art Degree in Psychology, 2010, University of Wyoming


Wyoming State Bar
United States District Court, District of Wyoming


Ms. Iberlin is an attorney with Williams, Porter, Day, & Neville, P.C.  Ms. Iberlin practices in all areas of defense including professional negligence and medical malpractice, premises liability, employment law, criminal law, family law and general civil litigation.


Ms. Iberlin is a 4th generation Wyomingite and was raised on a ranch outside of Wright, Wyoming. In 2010, Ms. Iberlin graduated from the University of Wyoming earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. Ms. Iberlin then attended law school at the University of Wyoming College Of Law and concurrently enrolled in the Master of Public Administration program at the University of Wyoming. While in law school, Ms. Iberlin was the President of the Women’s Law Forum, the Vice President of Phi Alpha Delta, a member of Inns of Court, a Member of the Natural Resources & Environmental Law Club, and a Member of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association. Also while in law school, Ms. Iberlin interned with the Henley Law Firm, was a research assistant to Professor Dona Playton, J.D., and worked in the Domestic Violence Legal Assistance Project clinic. Following graduation, Ms. Iberlin was a law clerk for the Honorable Catherine E. Wilking in the Seventh Judicial District Court of Wyoming. In late 2015, Ms. Iberlin began working for Williams, Porter, Day & Neville, P.C. as attorney. Ms. Iberlin is also currently an assistant public defender in Natrona County.


Ms. Iberlin is a member of the Natrona County Bar Association, Vice-President of the Wyoming State Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section, the secretary/treasurer of the Wyoming State Bar Association’s Criminal Section, a member of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, a member of the Defense Lawyers Association of Wyoming, a member of the 10th Circuit Historical Society, a member of Rotaract, and a committee member on the Basic Needs Committee with United Way.