Neville Elected to Serve on Wyoming State Bar Board

CHEYENNE – The Wyoming State Bar is pleased to announce that Kelly M. Neville, an attorney from Laramie, has been elected commissioner of the Wyoming State Bar to represent the Second Judicial District, which consists of Albany and Carbon Counties.  Neville will serve a three-year term.

Kelly M. Neville was raised in Aztec, New Mexico and graduated with honors from New Mexico State University in 1999 with degrees in international business and Russian, and minors in international relations and Spanish. While at NMSU, Neville served as the ASNMSU president and was awarded the Truman Scholarship as well as the award for Outstanding Senior for the College of Business. Before attending law school, Neville worked in the consulting division of Arthur Anderson and as a foreign affairs analyst for the United States Senate Budget Committee.

Neville graduated cum laude from Tulane Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2004.  She is admitted to practice in Wyoming and Colorado. Neville is a partner in Brown & Hiser LLC, where her practice focuses on banking, business and estate planning. She currently serves as Chairman of the Wyoming State Bar Clients Security Fund Committee. She is the former President of the Young Lawyers Division of the Wyoming State Bar and former President of the Albany County Bar Association.

Neville is a graduate of Leadership Laramie and active with the Laramie Rotary Club where she serves as the World Community Service Chair.

The 2016/2017 Election of Commissioners was held in accordance with the Bylaws of the Wyoming State Bar. Neville succeeds Dawnessa Snyder from Rawlins.

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