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CAROL WARNICK, American Lawyer, Partner of WARNICK & BLOOD, P.C., specializing in the field of General Civil Practice in all Courts. Probate. Corporation. Insurance, Oil and Gas Law. Trials.

Background

WARNICK, CAROL was born on August 17, 1951 in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

Education

Brigham Young University (Bachelor of Arts, 1973). George Washington University. University of Wyoming (Juris Doctor, 1990).

Phi Alpha Delta (Vice Justice, 1990). Invitee, 1989-1990 and Articles Editor, 1990-1991, Land and Water Law Review. Spoken languages: French and Spanish.

Career

Worked at Brown, Drew, Massey & Sullivan (Casper, Wyoming) specializing in General Civil Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Trials and Appeals. Oil and Gas, Mining, Environmental, Administrative, Public Policy, Banking, Commercial, Real Estate and Consumer Finance, Commercial, Bankruptcy, Insurance, Litigation, Employment and Labor, Public Utility, Construction, Corporation, Limited Liability Company, Business, Real Estate, Taxation, Estate Planning, Trust and Probate and Family Law. Admitted to the bar, 1990, Wyoming and United States.

District Court, District of Wyoming. 1992, Colorado.

Order of the Coif. Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Alpha Delta (Vice Justice, 1989-1990).

Articles Editor, Land and Water Law Review, 1990-1991. Author: Casenote, "Governmental Child Abuse—Who Watches the Watchers?" DeShaney v. Winnebago Company Department of Social Services, 109 S.Ct.

998 (1989), XXV Land and Water Law Review 251 (1990). Co-Author: "Wyoming Labor and Employment Law," (NBI, 1995). "Wyoming Elder Law: The Basics and Beyond," (NBI, 1993).

"Health Law Update," (Lorman, 1993). "Wyoming Probate: Beyond The Basics," (NBI, 1992). "Basic Drafting of Wills and Trusts," (NBI, 1992).

Comment, "Live and Let Die: The Status of the ‘Right to Die’ in Wyoming," XXVI No. 1, Land and Water Law Review 279 (1991). Member: Natrona County and American Bar Associations.

Wyoming State Bar.

Brown, Drew, Massey & Sullivan is a partnership which, with its predecessor partnerships, has been engaged in the practice of law in Wyoming since 1945. Brown, Drew, Massey & Sullivan is one of the largest law firms in Wyoming and serves the entire state. The firm offers a full range of legal services, including civil litigation and appellate practice, banking, bankruptcy, business and commercial, business organizations, real estate, employment and labor, estate planning, federal taxation, natural resources, environmental and family law.

The firm encourages continuing professional development through participation in continuing legal education seminars, professional association activities, and civic affairs. The firm has technology link-up capabilities which make it cost effective and efficient to service the Wyoming needs of out of state companies. Brown, Drew, Massey & Sullivan is a member of Lex Mundi, a global association of 131 independent firms.

Works

  • Other Work

    • "Governmental Child Abuse—Who Watches the Watchers?" DeShaney v. Winnebago Company Dept, of Social Services, 109 S.Ct. 998, 1989

    • Casenote, 25.1 Land and Water Law Review, 1990.

      CoAuthor: "Live and Let Die: The Status of the ‘Right to Die’ in Wyoming," XXVI No. 1, Land and Water and Review, 1990.

Membership

Member: Natrona County and American Bar Associations. Wyoming State Bar.