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Leah Corrigan has practiced law in Jackson Hole since 2009.  Prior to merging her practice with Mr. Moffett, she practiced briefly as a solo practitioner, and from 2010 to 2015  as a partner in a civil litigation firm in Jackson, supervising several associates and staff.  Ms. Corrigan served as an appellate law clerk for the Montana Supreme Court, and as a law clerk for the United States District Court for the District of Montana.   She is admitted to practice in Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and Colorado; and has appeared as trial counsel in state, federal, and appellate courts.   Ms. Corrigan represents clients in a broad range of civil litigation matters, including real estate and land use litigation, trust and estates litigation, recreational injury defense, and construction litigation.  The following matters illustrate Ms. Corrigan’s experience:

  • Representation of landowners in challenge of development rights in administrative and state court forums;
  • Representation of equine outfitter in recreational injury matter;
  • Representation of  general contractor in construction defect and breach of contract arbitration resulting in favorable decision;
  • Representation of ski resort in serious personal injury matter resulting in favorable verdict in federal court trial;
  • Representation of large commercial resort lodge in construction defect matter resulting in favorable settlement;
  • Representation of medical professional in bad-faith licensing denial;
  • Representation of real estate broker in breach of contract matter;
  • Representation of mobile application developer in risk management and liability issues;
  • Representation of ski resort in workers compensation administrative trial resulting in denial of benefits;
  • Representation of gravel pit in land use litigation resulting in confirmation of commercial development rights;
  • Representation of both trustees and beneficiaries in fiduciary litigation seeking removal of trustee and multi-million dollar damages;
  • Representation of both minority and majority shareholders in business litigation;
  • Representation of prospective purchasers of multi-million dollar real estate in due diligence matters; and
  • Representation of multiple outdoor recreation providers and educators in liability and risk management issues including waivers, insurance, ADA and employment matters, permitting disputes, incident management planning and crisis response.

Ms. Corrigan’s Direct Line:  307-201-5540

  • The University of Montana School of Law, Missoula, Montana, J.D., with Honors, 2008
  • Fort Lewis College, Durango, Colorado, B.A. in Natural Resource Policy, 2000
Professional Affiliations and Activities
  • Member of the Wyoming State Bar, Montana State Bar, Colorado State Bar; Idaho State Bar
  • Member of the Wyoming Defense Lawyer’s Association
  • Wyoming State Bar Continuing Education Committee Appointee
  • Advisory Council member for Swiftwater Safety Institute and Desert Mountain Medicine
  • Speaker: America Outdoors Association; Wilderness Risk Management Conference; Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education; American Mountain Guide Association; Dude Ranch Association; Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association
  • Lecturer: America Outdoors Manager’s Academy