State Bar recommends Lander woman among nine others to practice law in Wyoming
(Cheyenne, Wyo.) – The Wyoming State Bar today announced that nine people have been recommended for admission to practice law in Wyoming. An admission ceremony before the Wyoming Supreme Court and the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming will be held this fall. The ceremony will be a combined ceremony of both Courts at the Wyoming Supreme Court building.
The purpose of the ceremony is to administer the oath of attorney and to admit to practice before the courts of the state of Wyoming those who recently completed the requirements for admission to practice.
The Wyoming State Bar and the Wyoming Supreme Court would like to congratulate these future members of the Wyoming State Bar.
The following people are being recommended for admission after successfully transferring a passing score from another Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) jurisdiction and meeting all other requirements for admission. Scores are only transferrable between those states that have adopted the Uniform Bar Exam.
- Samuel Claude Cannon – Denver, Colorado
- Kristopher C. Kleiner – Evergreen, Colorado
- Stephanie Neal Nicole Whisnant – Lander, Wyoming
The following people are being recommended for admission on motion. This applies when attorneys are licensed in another jurisdiction and meet all requirements without examination in Wyoming.
- John Roberts Chadd – Denver, Colorado
- Seth S. Gomm – Pleasant Grover, Utah
- Heather Jean Lloyd – Casper, Wyoming
- Christopher Robert Reeves – Denver, Colorado
- John H. Romney – Salt Lake City, Utah
- Ladd Charles Sanger – Dallas, Texas
–Provided by the Wyoming State Bar