CHEYENNE – The Wyoming State Bar is pleased to announce that Robert C. Jarosh, an attorney from Cheyenne, Wyoming, has been elected President of its organization.
The 2017/2018 Election of Officers was held according to the Bylaws of the Wyoming State Bar. The results of the election were announced last week in Cheyenne, Wyoming, at the Bar’s Annual Business Meeting.
Jarosh succeeds John A. Masterson of Casper, Wyoming.
Jarosh graduated from Cheyenne Central High School in 1989 where he first became interested in the law as a participant in the Wyoming High School Mock Trial Program. Jarosh is a senior partner of the Cheyenne law firm Hirst Applegate, LLP, where he was the managing partner from 2008 – 2016. He graduated from the University of Wyoming with a B.S. (1993), an M.A. (1995), and a J.D. (2001). From 2001-2002, Rob served a clerkship with Federal Magistrate Judge William C. Beaman.
Jarosh primarily practices as a civil litigator, including in the areas of employment litigation, commercial litigation, product liability litigation, complex litigation, and personal injury litigation. He also provides employment training and counseling to private and public organizations, and serves as an administrative hearing officer for various governmental entities in Laramie County. He has an active trial practice that includes work in state district courts throughout the State, as well as federal district court.
When he is not working, Jarosh volunteers as a coach and/or judge for the high school mock trial program and the We the People civics program, and coaches youth baseball. He also serves as the President for the Board of Directors for STRIDE Learning Center. Jarosh is also a member of the Cowboy Joe Club Board of Directors, and serves on the University of Wyoming Athletic Director’s Advisory Council. From 2008-2014, he served the Wyoming State Bar on the Board of Continuing Legal Education, including as the Chairperson.