Kelly Blue (Of Counsel Attorney)

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Personal Information

State: Wyoming

Offer initial Free counsultation: No

Practice Areas: Consumer Bankruptcy, Wills and Trusts

Bar Admission: 6-4268


Court Admission: Admitted in federal district of Wyoming


Contact Information

Address: 405 Ruby St, Kemmerer, WY 83101
Phone: 800-530-OVLG

Professional Experience

Legal Intern: Lincoln County Attorney, Kemmerer, Wyoming
Work as legal intern.
Review and/or prepare contracts for County Commissioners
Prepare legal documents for filing with the Circuit and District
Courts
Attend court hearings, commissioner meetings, juvenile case review
meetings
Legal research on various issues for County offices.

Project Site Coordinator: Wyoming Conservation Voter Education Fund, Kemmerer, Wyoming
Work as site coordinator.
Coordinate with main office in Lander, WY, develop survey questions, recruit canvassers, publish summary positions of local
candidates on conservation and quality of life issues.
Coordinate placement of media for project.

Work Study: George William Hopper Law Library, Laramie, Wyoming
Work as circulation assistant.
Circulate library's collection, troubleshoot as needed
Respond to requests for information from attorneys and general
public
Assist in updating and maintaining various collections and periodicals.

Student Intern: UW DV Legal Assistance Project, Laramie, Wyoming
Prepare pleadings for filing with court; present oral argument in
court
Correspond with and counsel clients; conduct research on legal
issues
Propound discovery; respond to discovery requests
Organize and maintain active files.

Researcher: Legal Research Services, Inc., Laramie, Wyoming
Conduct legal research as needed
Conduct legal research for various projects using library paper and
internet resources
Correspond and coordinate with attorney requesting research.

Legal Assistant/Office Manager: Richard Albanese, Attorney at Law, Powell, Wyoming
Work for attorney whose practice includes; bankruptcy, public
defender/private criminal, juvenile (criminal), adoption, real
estate transactions and acts as Administrative Law Judge for the
Office of Administrative Hearings.
Draft pleadings and correspondence for cases before various Courts
Review pleadings, draft orders and conduct scheduling conferences
for Workers' Compensation and DOT/driver's license cases before the Office of Admin. Hearings
Prepare bankruptcy petition forms, meet with clients, open and
maintain case files
Initiate and maintain files and client communications; Maintain
calendar/tickle dates
Bookkeeping including: billing and accounts payable.

Legal Assistant: Worrall, Bancroft and amp; Greear, P.C., Worland, Wyoming
Work for partner Thomas C. Bancroft, attorney whose practice
includes: bankruptcy, personal injury and acts as Special Assistant
Attorney General for Wyoming Division of Workers' Safety and amp;
Compensation.
Open, organize and maintain Wyoming Workers Compensation files, prepare correspondence, draft pleadings and discovery documents
Index and organize pleadings and medical record files
Draft/transcribe and file District Court pleadings, maintain litigation case files
Prepare bankruptcy petition forms, meet with clients, open and
maintain files
Prepare monthly billing statements.

Staff Anthropologist: University of Montana, Missoula, Montana
Work for Cultural Heritage Resource Office within Department of
Anthropology which conducts archaeological survey in three state
area.
Technical editor responsible for final production of client/government reports
Supervise/Train student/work study employees
Coordinate project/staff scheduling
Prepare artifacts for State Archive
Compose correspondence and letters of transmittal
Maintain/Edit paper and computer files, personnel vitae
Payroll and purchasing within University system.

Technical Editor/Office Manager: Frontier Archaeology, Worland, Wyoming.
Work for private firm which conducts archaeological/historical
surveys in Wyoming.
Author archaeological/historical survey reports; compose business
correspondence
Write and amp; edit archaeological survey reports; prepare survey maps to
accompany reports
Prepare artifacts for State Archive; file government forms and
reports
Conduct historical research; coordinate project preparation.

Education

2007 University of Wyoming,College of Law:
Juris Doctor;Bar Exam Feb 26, 2009

2001-2003 Northwest Community College,
Non-Degree studies

1996 University of Montana,
Missoula, Graduate Non-Degree, Latin American Studies

1991 University of Northern Iowa,
Graduate Institute: Summer in Soria, Spain

1990 University of Northern Colorado,
B.A. History; Minor, Spanish

BBB-A-Rating

4.8 rating
Based on 82 reviews
Years in Business:12 Years

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