Kathy Spitzer

Kathy brings a wealth of experience from twenty years of practicing law.  Before obtaining her JD from Northwestern College of Law at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, OR, Kathy was educated at Holy Cross College and Oxford University.  Prior to moving back to the Teton area, Kathy was editor-in-chief of the Animal Law journal at Lewis and Clark, worked for Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund in Bozeman , Montana, and a large law firm in Portland, Oregon.  While working in Wyoming, Kathy represented large corporations and real estate developers and authored the Wyoming Corporate Handbook.  She then served two terms as the elected Prosecuting Attorney for Teton County, Idaho before returning to the private sector.  Kathy is the rare attorney who combines tireless passion for, and dedication to, her clients with the savvy and perspective of a seasoned litigator.  Outside the office, Kathy serves on the board for Mountain Bike the Tetons, and enjoys spending time in the outdoors with friends, her daughter Quincy, husband Eric and dog Gridley.

Admitted to practice in the State and Federal courts of Idaho and Wyoming, including Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.


Chris Lundberg

Chris worked with Kathy as the deputy prosecutor in Idaho from 2009 - 2016, primarily handling a full spectrum of criminal cases ranging from parking tickets to violent felonies as well as child protection and involuntary commitment proceedings.  Prior to moving to the Tetons , Chris grew up in Minneapolis, MN, obtaining an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Carleton College followed by a J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2008.  Before leaving Minnesota, Chris worked for a labor and securities arbitrator, a small firm focused on representing tribal interests throughout the Midwest, and a consortium of non-profit organizations seeking to influence a multi-billion dollar electrical transmission project. Outside of the office, Chris spends his time with his partner Lori and their dogs Sophie and Bertie.  They base their adventures in running, skiing, field maintenance and log cabin renovations from a small creek-side ranch just outside of Victor, ID. 

Admitted to practice in the State and Federal courts of Idaho and Wyoming, including Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.