Archive for 2019


CALL FOR COMMENTS – Proposed Amendments to Wyoming Rules of Disciplinary Procedure

The Board of Professional Responsibility (BPR) and the Bar Counsel Review and Oversight Committee (ROC), in collaboration with the Office of Bar Counsel have proposed changes to the Wyoming Rules of Disciplinary Procedure (WRDP) in the areas of confidentiality of attorney disciplinary proceedings and the composition of hearing panels of the Board of Professional Responsibility. Member of the Wyoming State Bar are invited to comment upon the proposed changes (attached).

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Wyoming Supreme Court Suspends 15 Attorneys

The Wyoming State Bar today announced that 15 attorneys have been suspended from the practice of law in Wyoming for failing to comply with Article I, Sec. 5(b) of the Bylaws of the Wyoming State Bar by not paying their annual license fees.

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Experts and How to Use Them in a Family Law Case

The use and engagement of the expert witness is often overlooked in the family law arena. However, every case, regardless of funds available, should at least have a consideration by the attorney, of whether or not experts are necessary. Experts can not only help your client’s case, but also disarm the other side’s case in […]

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