300 Attorneys to Gather in Gillette
CHEYENNE - The Wyoming State Bar today announced that it will be hosting its 2013 Annual Meeting & Judicial Conference at the Wyoming, September 10 – 13, 2013. The meeting is a combined gathering of the Wyoming State Bar and the Wyoming Judiciary. Three-hundred attorneys and judges are expected to be in attendance.
This year’s Annual Meeting will offer three days of quality educational programs for Wyoming lawyers. Speakers for the week will include nationally known speakers such as Jabez LeBret, a best-selling author of Online Law Practice Strategies; Dominic Gianna, one of America’s most outstanding teachers of trial advocacy; and Roy Ginsburg, a lawyer coach who works with attorneys across the country to help them achieve practice goals and career satisfaction. For a complete schedule, please visit the Wyoming State Bar’s website at www.wyomingbar.org.
Featured speakers from the Campbell County Bar Association include the Honorable John R. Perry, the Honorable Thomas E. Lubnau, Chad L. Hooker, Alison Gee, and Danette R. Baldacci.
“Our Annual Meeting serves as a unique opportunity for Wyoming’s lawyers and judges to get together and not only learn and conduct business, but to also network Wyoming-style,” said John Cotton, Gillette attorney and President of the Wyoming State Bar.
Thursday evening, the Wyoming State Bar is honored to have Emmy Award-winning journalist and CBS News Legal Analyst Jack Ford, as the keynote speaker for the Annual Banquet. Currently a CBS News Legal Analyst and most recently the Anchor of Jack Ford: Courtside on COURT TV, he began his television news career in 1984 as the Legal Analyst for WCBS-TV in New York. In 1991, he helped launch COURT TV as one of its original anchors. During this period, he also appeared in a number of Fred Friendly’s award-winning PBS Media and Society broadcasts, including acting as Moderator for That Delicate Balance II: The Bill of Rights.
Anyone wishing further information about the Annual Meeting & Judicial Conference should contact Sharon Wilkinson at (307) 432-2102.