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CATHERINE MACPHERSON, American Lawyer, Partner of MacPHERSON LAW OFFICES, specializing in the field of General Civil and Criminal Practice. Banking, Real Estate, Ranching, Probate, Contract, Business, Commercial, Municipal, Civil Rights and Administrative Law.

Background

MacPherson, Catherine was born on March 31, 1953 in Sedalia, Missouri, United States.

Education

Central Missouri State University (Bachelor of Science, 1974). University of Wyoming (Juris Doctor, with honors, 1978). Articles Editor, Land and Water Law Review.

1977-1978.

Career

Worked at MacPherson Law Offices LLC (Rawlins, Wyoming) specializing in General Civil Trial Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Employment, Insurance, Livestock, Real Estate, Probate, Water Rights, Administrative, Negligence, Banking, Corporate, Municipal and Medical Malpractice Law. Admitted to the bar, 1978, Wyoming and United States.

District Court, District of Wyoming. 1981, United States. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit. 1986, United States. Supreme Court.

1988, Colorado.

Articles Editor, Land and Water Law Review, 1977-1978. Author: "Voir Dire of Officers in Administrative Hearings," Land and Water Law Review, Volume 12, No. 1, 1977; "Federal Reserved Rights and Interstate Allocation of Water," Land and Water Law Review, Volume 13, No.

3, 1978; Contributing Author: Wyoming Trial Lawyers Handbook, Chapter: "Judgments", 1995. County Court Commissioner. District Court Commissioner.

Member: Carbon County Bar Association. Wyoming State Bar (Commissioner, 1995—). MacPherson Law Offices, LLC is a successor to two law firms established in Rawlins, Wyoming, near the turn of the century.

Former members of the firm include a current United States Federal District Judge and a current Wyoming Supreme Court Judge.

Works

  • Other Work

    • "Voir Dire of Officers in Administrative Hearings," Land and Water Law Review, Volume 12, No. 1, 1977

    • "Federal Reserved Rights and Interstate.Allocation of Water," Land and Water Law Review, Volume 13, No.

Membership

Member: Carbon County Bar Association. Wyoming State Bar (Commissioner, 1995—).