Robert J. Fuller, JD, MBA, is an attorney with the Fuller Law Office, LC, in Eden, Utah. His civil litigation career and trial practice started as an associate attorney with the law office of Robert B. Sykes & Associates in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mr. Fuller’s experience includes a variety of jury trials in both the state and federal court systems, including auto accidents, wrongful death, civil rights, medical malpractice, dog bite injuries, and contract disputes. He has argued appeals before the Supreme Court of Utah, the Utah Court of Appeals, and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Fuller also participates in a number of alternative dispute resolution programs. Robert and his family members continue to operate the Evergreen Ranch, LC, in Eden, Utah, a sixth generation family farm.
University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, Juris Doctor, 2003
- Outstanding Achievement Award in Water Law, Spring, 2003
Oklahoma City University, College of Law, attended, 2001
Utah State University, Master of Business Administration, 1991
Utah State University, Bachelor of Science in Marketing, Minor in Economics, 1989
Admissions & Associations
Admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Utah
Admitted to practice in the United States District Court
Admitted to practice in the United States Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit
Member, Utah State Bar
Member, Utah Association of Justice
Member, Weber County Bar Association
Family & Community
Married to Nicole L. Fuller, with three children.
Family activities include outdoor recreation, traveling, and raising livestock.
Served on the Utah Open Lands Committee, Appointed by Utah Gov. Leavitt, 1996-1998
Pro Bono Projects: Counsel for cemetery district, irrigation company, domestic disputes.
(See Gardiner v. Taufer, 2014 UT 56, ¶ 26, 342 P.3d 269).