Couple admitted into Wyoming State Bar
Ashley Jackson, formerly of Scott City, and her husband, Ben, were
admitted into the Wyoming State Bar and the Bar of the U.S. District
Court for the District of Wyoming on Oct. 11 at a two-part swearing in
ceremony at the Wyoming Supreme Court.
The ceremony consisted of taking the Oath for Admission into the
Wyoming Supreme Court, administered by Supreme Court Justice Marilyn
Kite. justices James Burke, William Hill, Martin Voigt and Michael
Davis presided over the ceremony. The ceremony concluded with the
Federal Constitutional Oath administered by three Wyoming federal
district judges, including Chief Judge Nancy D. Freudenthal, the
Honorable Scott W. Skavdahl and the Honorable Alan B. Johnson.
The Jacksons graduated from Washburn Law School in May. They took the
Wyoming Bar Exam in July in Laramie, Wyo. Recently, they relocated to
Sheridan, Wyo., where they both practice law. Ashley is employed by
Crowley Fleck, PLLP, and Ben is employed with Hoover and Stacy, Inc.
Ashley is the daughter of Mike and Karen Gibbs, Scott City, and Ben is the son of Earl and Gem Jackson of Thermopolis, Wyo.