Brinae L. Sanders
Brinae is a law clerk working out of the firm’s Evanston and Park City offices. Her practice is focused on a wide variety of family law issues, including divorce, child support and custody, modification, enforcement, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
Recognizing the uniqueness of each family law case, Brinae is dedicated to collaborating closely with her clients. Her collaborative approach allows her to craft solutions tailored to each client’s needs and goals while minimizing stress or uncertainty.
Brinae was born and raised in Wyoming and is passionate about her community and its surrounding areas. W hen she is not in the office, Brinae enjoys golfing, skiing, and spending time with her friends and family.
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Education & Licensure
Brinae spent two years running track and field at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln before receiving her B.S. in Business Economics from the University of Wyoming in 2020, graduating Cum Laude. Brinae received her J.D. from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2023, graduating with Honors.
Brinae serves on the Board of Evanston’s Youth Alternative Home Association, a nonprofit organization that provides short-term, long-term, and crisis care for Southwest Wyoming youth and families.
Beginning her Sophomore year of undergraduate school, Brinae worked at a small Wyoming firm, where she completed various divorce, adoption, custody, business, property, and criminal proceedings. Every summer after that, she continued her work in the legal profession, focusing on family law.
While in law school, Brinae helped found two clubs and served as Vice President of both. Brinae worked three semesters in the College of Law’s Civil Legal Services Clinic and performed various divorce proceedings, hearings, and trials. She later graduated as the Clinic’s Outstanding Student Attorney.