About The Courts
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Judicial Learning Center and Educational Resources
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Children's Justice Project
The purpose of the Children’s Justice Project is to improve outcomes for Wyoming’s most vulnerable population—abused and neglected children in the court system. Find more information here.
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SWEETWATER COUNTY — Built on schedule and on budget, the new Sweetwater County Justice Center is the apple of the Sweetwater County Commission’s eye.Read More
Chief Justice E. James Burke announced today that the Justices of the Wyoming Supreme Court have elected Justice Michael K. Davis to be the next Chief Justice, effective upon the expiration of Chief Justice Burke’s term on June 30, 2018.Read More
Wyoming Supreme Court Justice Michael K. Davis, who has been appointed by Chief Justice E. James Burke to act as Chairman of the Judicial Nominating Commission pursuant to Article 5, § 4 of the Wyoming Constitution, announced today that Fifth Judicial District Judge Robert E. Skar will be retiring from the court, effective October 2, 2018.Read More
Wyoming Supreme Court Justice Michael K. Davis, who has been appointed by Chief Justice E. James Burke to act as Chairman of the Judicial Nominating Commission pursuant to Article 5, § 4 of the Wyoming Constitution, announced today that Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke will be retiring from the Court, effective October 8, 2018.Read More
The Wyoming Supreme Court is pleased to announce Wyoming Supreme Court Justices Fox and Boomgaarden will join retired Justice Marilyn Kite, retired Judge Nancy Guthrie and Tribal Court Judge Terri Smith in a panel discussion at the Lander high school as part of the Fremont County Law Day event featuring women in the law.Read More