SMALL TOWNS, BIG VALUES: PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR PRACTITIONERS IN WYOMING Friday, April 16, 2010 • 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Hilton Garden Conference Center, Laramie, Wyoming FREE ADMISSION Distinguished ethics presenters will include: • Justice Marilyn Kite, Wyoming Supreme Court • Professor John Burman, University of Wyoming College of Law • Dean Stephen Easton, University of Wyoming College of Law • Professor Kim Diana Connolly, University of South Carolina School of Law • Professor Julie Oseid, University of St. Thomas School of Law 5 FREE ETHICS CLE CREDITS AVAILABLE (Wyoming 5 credits/Colorado 6 credits) Registration: www.smalltownsbigvalues.com/registration Complete agenda and more information available at: www.smalltownsbigvalues.com *Information subject to change The University of Wyoming College of Law and the Wyoming Law Review are pleased to present Small Towns, Big Values, a discussion of current ethical issues facing Wyoming’s practitioners. In addition to presentations focused on practical enrichment and guidance, Small Towns, Big Values will serve as the inaugural event for the creation of a new fund to support clinical education at the University of Wyoming College of Law. The John Burman Fund for Clinical & Professional Education will honor long-time University of Wyoming College of Law professor John Burman, commemorating his significant and ongoing contributions to student legal services and clinical programs. Please join us Friday, April 16, 2010 for a complimentary day of learning, exploration and tribute to the understanding of legal ethics and professional responsibility. Who: What: Where: When: Why: Members of the Tenth Circuit Bench and Bar 2010 Tenth Circuit Bench & Bar Conference The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado August 26 - 28, 2010 Education, Collegiality, Networking and CLE’s Mark your calendars and plan on attending this very exciting 2010 Tenth Circuit Bench & Bar Conference! Distinguished guests will include Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor; Lord Igor Judge, Chief Justice of England and Wales; and Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin, Canadian Supreme Court. Conference and hotel reservations will not be open until early May, but you may want to bookmark the website: http://www.ca10- .uscourts.gov/judconf/. In the mean-time, if you have any questions, call the Judicial Resources Team at 303.355.2067 or e-mail them at CA10_JudicialConference @ca10.uscourts.gov.