Suzannah B. Gambell
Suzannah B. Gambell
Suzannah B. Gambell moved to Wyoming in 1999. Prior to that she grew up and lived in New Hampshire in the small towns of Grafton County. In high school she participated in many different school activities including student counsel, chorus and SADD, as well as working in a grocery story, at a summer camp, and waitressing. Suzannah graduated magna cum laude in 1999 from Keene State College with dual majors in Management and Sociology. She received the Wall Street Journal Award in 1999 for maintaining the highest GPA in her major.
In the Fall of 1999, she moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming and worked for ACS, the fiscal agent for Wyoming Medicaid, for four years. While working for the company she traveled to nearly every town in Wyoming helping train medical providers how to bill more effectively as a field representative. Later, she managed the Third Party Liability unit. While working at ACS, she decided to attend the University of Wyoming, College of Law.
From 2003 - 2006, Suzannah attended the University of Wyoming, College of Law in Laramie, Wyoming. In 2006 she graduated Cum Laude. During law school she participated in activities, internships and programs including the Minority Law Student Association and the Defender Aid Program.
Suzannah passed the Wyoming State Bar in 2006. From September 2006 to July 2008, she was employed as a law clerk in Cody, Wyoming, for the Honorable Steven Cranfill, Fifth Judicial District Judge. While working for Judge Cranfill she was responsible for much of his legal research and draft legal writing.
In July, 2008, Suzannah was hired as a Deputy County Attorney by then Sweetwater County Attorney, Brett Johnson. After handling misdemeanor criminal cases for several months, Suzannah began prosecuting the majority of felony cases charged out of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Later, she handled felony SVU cases exclusively (special victims including sexual assault, sexual abuse and domestic violence) until her departure in 2015.
As a prosecutor, Suzannah served as first or second chair attorney in at least twenty-two (22) trials. Nineteen (19) of those trials were tried in District Court. Of the 22 trials, 20 cases resulted in convictions.
In 2014, Gambell Law became Suzannah's vision. Her vision included providing high quality, detail oriented, caring representation that is based on both the law and advocacy, to both men and women during some of the most difficult times in their lives. During her time spent working for Judge Cranfill, Suzannah gravitated towards criminal law and family law cases. After spending six and a half years in criminal law, she believed it was her time to move on to the next field of family law.