Clyde Hutchins is the founder of Harmony Law. Mr. Hutchins started his legal career in Cheyenne, Wyoming as a law clerk for the district court judges. Mr. Hutchins then entered private practice with a Wyoming based litigation and business law firm. Later, Mr. Hutchins went to Alaska, where he was the chief litigator for a firm that engaged in bond law, corporate law, securities law, and municipal law. The State of Wyoming hired Mr. Hutchins from Alaska to represent the State of Wyoming in the national tobacco arbitration and to act as the State's tobacco settlement attorney. While in that position, which was a boring job, he developed an enforcement unit for consumer protection for Wyoming residents as a hobby.
Mr. Hutchins moved to Colorado and founded Harmony Law, LLC in 2016. Harmony Law is primarily engaged in civil litigation. It is also a general practice law firm in the areas of business law, estate planning, consumer law and family law. Harmony Law is active in all state and federal courts throughout Wyoming and Colorado.
Mr. Hutchins obtained his law degree at the University of Wyoming College of Law in Laramie, Wyoming. Prior to law school, Mr. Hutchins worked for a living. He knows full well the meaning of "blood, sweat and tears." He has worked in construction, been part of a surveyor crew bushwhacking through the swamps of the South, worked in a factory, operated heavy equipment and worked as a long haul truck driver throughout the 48 contiguous states and Canada.
Mr. Hutchins is also a cold war soldier. He served in the 2nd Armored Calvary Regiment on the West German border with East Germany and Czechoslovakia. He went above and beyond while in West Germany, so much so that his Regimental Squadron instituted a special border service award to acknowledge that Mr. Hutchins's actions exceeded those who were already exceptional. Mr. Hutchins completed his military service with the 3rd Armored Calvary Regiment in Fort Bliss, Texas.