Hunter C. Christensen

Associate Attorney

Hunter Christensen was born in Jackson and grew up competing in a variety of 4H clubs at the Teton County Fair. He worked as a ranch hand and horse trainer during his high school years while living with his parents in Alta.  He is proud to return to Teton County and give back to a community that he and his family have cherished for many years.

After earning bachelor’s degrees in marketing and finance at the University of Wyoming College of Business, he earned in Juris Doctorate at the BYU J. Reuben Clark Law School and graduated in June 2018.  While a law student, Hunter worked as a legal extern with The Spence Law firm in Jackson, an intern for the Honorable Timothy C. Day, District Court Judge for Teton County, and a clerk for the Teton County and Prosecuting Attorney’s office.  In September 2018, Hunter joined Geittmann Larson Swift, LLP where he works as an associate.

Hunter and his wife Brigette are pleased to make Teton County their home and love riding horses in the mountains whenever they have a free weekend. Hunter and Brigette currently volunteer as facilitators in a 12-week self-reliance course that helps class members improve their personal finances.

Hunter maintains a local, civil practice which includes litigation, real estate, land use, business organization and family law.