Jason Mitchell is excited to join Hirst Applegate as a law clerk for the summer. Jason recently completed his second year at the University of Wyoming College of Law. During his time in law school, Jason has participated with the Wyoming Law Review, where he has been published and was recently selected as Editor-in-Chief. During the past spring, Jason was selected as a Brimmer Scholarship finalist and received the Archie G. McClintock Outstanding Law Student Award. During his third year of law school, Jason will serve as a Student Scholar for the Center for the Study of Written Advocacy and will also serve as a teaching assistant in the Legal Writing Program. Jason hopes to gain practical experience with his time at Hirst Applegate which will aid in his future endeavors.

Thomas Garvie is a rising 3L at the University of Wyoming College of Law. Thomas is Wyoming native who grew up in the small town of Lingle where he graduated from Lingle Ft. Laramie Highschool. He attended Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington Wyoming from which he graduated with an Associates degree in communications before attending the University of Wyoming. During that time, Thomas held several editorial positions with the University of Wyoming Branding Iron, including Editor-in-Chief. He graduated earning his Bachelor of Arts in political science before moving on to the University of Wyoming College of Law. In the summer of 2018, Thomas clerked for the honorable Justice Keith G. Kautz at the Wyoming Supreme Court. He also interned with the Albany County Attorney’s Office in the fall of 2018 and was awarded the Alfred A. Pence Scholarship in the spring of 2019. He was also elected president of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association Student Chapter at the University of Wyoming College of Law.  Thomas is interested primarily in trial work but also estate planning.