Chapin Appointed to Wyoming State Bar Board of Commissioners

CHEYENNE – The Wyoming State Bar is pleased to announce that Charles S. Chapin, an attorney from Casper, has been appointed commissioner of the Wyoming State Bar to represent the Seventh Judicial District, which consists of Natrona County. Chapin will serve the remainder of J. Kenneth Barbe’s term, which will expire in September 2018. Barbe was recently elected to serve as Treasurer of the Wyoming State Bar.

Chapin currently maintains positions as a City of Casper Municipal Court Judge and a Natrona Country Circuit Court Magistrate, having held both positions for 20+ years. Formerly, Chapin served as Municipal Judge for the Town of Bar Nunn from 1984 to 1987, and as the Town Attorney from 1987 to 2013.

Chapin has served on various Wyoming State Bar Committees, including chairing the Wyoming State Bar Board of Professional Responsibility, Wyoming State Bar Clients’ Security Fund Committee, and Wyoming State Bar Legal Education Committee. He has additionally served as a member of the Wyoming State Bar Committee to Rewrite the State Bar Professional Responsibility Rules and Regulations.

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