Anne K. Wasserburger was born and raised in Casper, Wyoming. She was raised in the ranching community, spending her summers on a ranch near Alcova, Wyoming, where she learned to appreciate and protect the ranching way of life. She graduated from Natrona County High School in 2005.
In 2009, Anne received degrees in both Finance and Religious Studies from the University of Wyoming. While attending UW, she was chosen as an outstanding business student. Anne also studied abroad in South Africa at Stellenbosch University, where, in addition to her studies, Anne volunteered at HIV/AIDS clinics and after school programs at local primary schools.
In 2013, Anne received a Juris Doctor from the University of Wyoming. Anne was published in University of Wyoming College of Law Wyoming Law Review in 2011. Her article focused on the Wyoming Governmental Claims Act and the often over complicated process of bringing a claim against the state government. Anne served on the editorial board for the Wyoming Law Review in 2012. Anne also served as the University of Wyoming College of Law Senator, the student representative for the American Bar Association, and was an active member of the Natural Resources and Environmental Law club.
While in law school, Anne participated in several advocacy competitions. Her team qualified for the national PACE Environmental Moot Court Competition in White Plains, New York in both 2012 and 2013. Anne also traveled to Uganda with students within the human rights practicum. While there, Anne traveled to local villages and helped local women assert and establish their property rights. She also assisted in drafting proposed bills regarding women’s rights and HIV/AIDS prevention.
Anne now lives thirty miles north of Lusk, Wyoming on the Wasserburger Ranch, which will be celebrating its one hundred year anniversary in 2016. On the ranch, Anne’s passion for agriculture and the ranching way-of-life continues to thrive. She enjoys helping with the daily ranch activities and she spends her weekends and evenings working on the ranch.
In August 2015, Anne opened an office for Hageman Law, PC in Lusk, Wyoming. Anne now enjoys serving not only the Lusk community but also the surrouding areas and being part of the Cheyenne office as well. Anne practices primarily in the areas of water law, natural resources, employment law, estate planning and administration, and civil litigation cases involving premises liability, motor vehicle accidents, and work related injuries.
Anne is a member in good standing of the Wyoming State Bar. She is also a member of the American Bar Association. Anne is an active member in the Niobrara County, Wyoming community and is active on the ranch, assisting in its daily operations.