Woodhouse takes top seat of Wyoming State Bar
September 17, 2007
The Wyoming State Bar announced that Gay V. Woodhouse, a Cheyenne attorney, has been elected President of its organization. The 2007/2008 Election of Officers results were announced last week in Jackson, Wyoming, at the Barís Annual Business Meeting.
Woodhouse is a Wyoming native, who was born and raised in Torrington. She is a graduate of the University of Wyoming, with a B.A. with honors in English in 1972 and a J.D. in 1977. Following graduation from law school, she worked in private practice in Torrington and then as an assistant Wyoming Attorney General. From 1989 to 1995, she served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Wyoming, prosecuting complex drug and white collar crime cases. In 1995, she became the Chief Deputy Attorney General under Attorney General William U. Hill until November of 1998, when she was named Wyoming's first female Attorney General. In 2001, she founded Gay Woodhouse Law Office, P.C., in Cheyenne, where she is an active litigator in both the civil and criminal arenas.
Information courtesy Wyoming State Bar