As an attorney and shareholder at Hall Estill, Woolery is often called upon to wear a suit and tie, but he much prefers the relaxation of jeans and a sweatshirt. He also enjoys spending time at his family’s farm in Blaine County perched in trees hunting deer during bow season. When he’s not living off the land, Woolery specializes in representing energy companies in oil, gas and environmental matters. “I not only spend time in the courtroom, but I also am fortunate to spend a great deal of time in the field working with my clients,” he says.  

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