Stefan J. Fodor
Fodor Law Office, PC is owned and operated by Stefan J. Fodor.
Stefan started his legal career at a Mintz Levin in Boston and still works in close collaboration with skilled practitioners at that firm extending the breadth and scope of his knowledge and capacity.
Before succumbing to the draw of Wyoming, he served as Assistant General Counsel to the French America’s Cup team in 2003 and worked for a small Jackson law firm before starting his own firm in 2007. In addition to being an avid outdoorsman, Stefan has been racing sailboats internationally since 1996, participated in two America’s Cup campaigns, and holds a number of transoceanic world sailing records.
Stefan is a past member and chairman of the Teton County Planning Commission, was the chairman of the Animal Adoption Center (local non-profit animal rescue association) board of directors for 12 years and acts as chairman of the board for a local non-profit advocating for increased off highway vehicle access to public lands.
Stefan owns a couple of horses and helps out on local ranches whenever he can.
As an undergraduate at Brown University, Stefan played linebacker and fullback on the football team.
Brown University, BA, 1995
Northeastern University Law School, JD, 2001
Massachusetts Bar, 2001
Wyoming Bar, 2005
Jill focuses her practice on commercial and residential real estate transactions, from the acquisition of land, to development, leasing, financing and disposition. She counsels property owners, developers, non-profit organizations and homeowner associations on various aspects of commercial and residential development and management. Jill utilizes her planning and legal knowledge to help clients navigate the local government process and obtain necessary land use and development approvals.
Prior to moving to Wyoming, Jill was an associate at Pursley Friese Torgrimson in Atlanta, Georgia. She focused her practice on zoning, land use, local government law and land use litigation. In 2018, Jill was named a “Rising Star” by Georgia Super Lawyers. She regularly speaks on land use, zoning, planning, First Amendment and growth management issues at industry and academic events.
At Georgia State, Jill was an Urban Fellow and research assistant with the College’s Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth and President of the Moot Court program. She also earned a Certificate in Environmental and Land Use Law. While in law school, Jill co-authored the book Zoning and Land Use Law in Georgia, the first zoning and land use guide for Georgia.
Jill enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs and running the trails and pathways around Jackson with their dog.
University of Georgia: B.B.A., 2009
Georgia State University School of Law: J.D., 2014
Georgia Institute of Technology: Masters in City and Regional Planning, 2014
Georgia Bar: 2014
Wyoming Bar: 2019