You Need to Know, 0218 WYBJ, Vol. 41 No. 1. 8

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You Need to Know

Vol. 41 No. 1 Pg. 8

Wyoming Bar Journal

February, 2018

News, Notes & Other Items of Interest

Did You Know…?

The Wyoming State Bar sponsored 39 free CLE programs in 2017! These programs offered 61.5 general CLE credits and 24.75 ethics credits. Members who are interested in learning about the upcoming programs can either check the Bar’s website at or subscribe to the CLE listserve. To subscribe to the CLE listserve, simply send an e-mail to and put “Wyoming State Bar Sponsored CLE” in the subject line. The Bar is proud of this great member benefit and work is underway for many more programs in 2018!

Get Reimbursed for Expenses Relating to Your Pro Bono Work

The Wyoming State Bar appreciates pro bono services provided by its members. Tough there is no statutory or rule provision for reimbursement of such expenses, it is the policy of the Bar to provide limited reimbursement for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses. These reimbursements may not cover all actual expenses as the limit per case is $1,000. At the conclusion of the representation, you may file a request for reimbursement, which must be accompanied by receipts for each expense claimed. For more information and the reimbursement claim form, visit Questions should be directed to Cathy Duncil, Pro Bono Coordinator, at (307) 432-2104 or by e-mail at

Wyoming State Bar Receives Another Clean Audit Report

For many years, the Wyoming State Bar has undergone an annual audit by a certified public accounting firm. The Bar is pleased to announce the issuance of another unqualified opinion regarding its finances. Any member interested in seeing the auditor’s report should contact Sharon Wilkinson, Executive Director, at (307) 432-2102 or by e-mail at

Financial Assistance Available Through WyLAP Foundation

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