Beth Lance is the founding partner of Lance & Hall. Prior to opening her own practice she worked in both the private and public sectors. Beth previously worked as an associate attorney at Woodhouse Roden Nethercott, LLC, and as a Senior Assistant Public Defender and a Senior Assistant Attorney General for the State of Wyoming. Beth’s work history has provided her with extensive experience in the courtroom at both trial and appellate court levels. Her work at the Attorney General’s Office provided her with wide-ranging experience in appellate law, both civil and criminal. She also gained administrative law experience by representing several state agencies and boards, including the Department of Family Services. Beth’s work at the Public Defender’s Office provided her with extensive litigation experience where she averaged 25 court appearances per week on behalf of her clients. She also gained significant experience in the representation of juveniles accused of crimes. Beth presently works as a contract attorney for the Guardian ad Litem division at the State of Wyoming where she represents juveniles in abuse/neglect, CHINS and delinquency cases. She frequently fields calls from other attorneys in how to handle juvenile justice matters and has presented multiple continuing legal education courses on the representation of juveniles. She has a reputation for success winning acquittals at trial on behalf of criminal clients and negotiating favorable outcomes for her clients. Beth’s practice focuses primarily on juvenile law, criminal defense, family, civil litigation, estate planning and appeals.