Four attorneys suspended from practicing law in Wyoming

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CHEYENNE, Wyo - The Wyoming Supreme Court has suspended four lawyers from the practice of law in Wyoming for failing to comply with the Rules of the Wyoming Supreme Court for Continuing Legal Education.

Rule 4 of the Rules of the Wyoming State Board of Continuing Legal Education requires each active attorney to complete a minimum of 15 hours of continuing legal education, including two hours of legal ethics, in each calendar year. Rule 10(a) requires attorneys who have failed to comply with Rule 4 to pay a $300 delinquency fee by March 1st. Rule 10(c) requires attorneys who have been recommended for suspension to pay an additional $300 noncompliance fee.

The following attorneys failed to satisfy these requirements for 2017:

•Robert W. Ingram – Fort Collins, Colorado
•Shalom Rubanowitz – Los Angeles, California
•Zachary A. Trevino – Laramie, Wyoming

The following attorney has complied with Rule 4(a) by submitting the required number of hours; however, she failed to comply with Rule 10(a), which requires attorneys who have failed to comply with Rule 4 to pay a $300 delinquency fee by March 1st.

•Julie J. Walker – Kennedale, Texas

Anyone wishing further information should contact the Wyoming State Bar at (307) 432-2102.