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By order dated August 19, 2015, the Wyoming Supreme Court publicly censured Wheatland attorney, Frank J. Jones.
The Wyoming Supreme Court today issued a public censure to Ogden, Utah, lawyer Stuwert B. Johnson.
There are several online tools to identify if you have burnout, here are some signs from the Mayo Clinic.
Equal Justice Wyoming is pleased to present its Annual Report.
The Wyoming Supreme Court today issued an Order of Immediate Suspension of Riverton lawyer, David B. Hooper. The order was issued pursuant to the Wyoming Rules of Disciplinary Procedure, which provide that within 15 days of the entry of an order of immediate suspension, Bar Counsel shall file a formal charge against the suspended lawyer. Hooper’s suspension is effective immediately, pending final resolution of the formal charge. Hooper was ordered to comply with the rule regarding required action after suspension, including notice to clients, notice to parties in litigation and return of client property.
The Wyoming State Bar is pleased to partner with its Young Lawyers Section, Legal Aid of Wyoming, Inc., Equal Justice Wyoming, the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide a toll-free legal aid hotline for victims of the state’s recently-declared disaster areas in Johnson County and Niobrara County.
The Wyoming State Bar today announced that eight people have been recommended for admission to practice law in Wyoming.
Each year, the Wyoming State Bar seeks nominations for the Pro Bono Awards. These awards recognize dedicated members of the legal profession who are committed to providing legal services to the poor in Wyoming.
The Wyoming State Bar is pleased to host its Annual Meeting & Judicial Conference in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming!