Christopher M. Brown is a Senior Assistant Attorney General with the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office and supervisor of its Water Section. Before joining the Attorney General’s Office in 2011, Mr. Brown was a partner in a private Wyoming law firm. Attorneys within the Water Section represent the Wyoming State Engineer’s Office, the Wyoming Board of Control, and several divisions of the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality. Mr. Brown provides day-to-day advice and representation to the Wyoming State Engineer’s Office on all Wyoming water matters and national water issues affecting Wyoming. He provides the primary legal representation to the state on all interstate river compacts and decrees and was part of the litigation team which defended Wyoming in the United States Supreme Court original action, Montana v. Wyoming. Mr. Brown is a member of the Western States Water Council and Chair of its Legal Committee. He is also a member the Upper Colorado River Commission’s legal committee.