2015 Wyoming Code
SECTION 33-5-112. - Oath of attorney.

WY Stat § 33-5-112. (2015) What's This?

33-5-112. Oath of attorney.

No person shall be deemed admitted to the bar until he shall have taken and filed an oath as provided in this section. The oath shall be to the effect that he will support, obey, and defend the constitution of the United States, and the constitution and laws of this state, and that he will faithfully and honestly and to the best of his ability discharge the duties of an attorney and counselor-at-law. The oath may be administered by the clerk or one (1) of the justices of the supreme court, a district judge in his district or the clerk of court in his county. The oath may be administered in another state or territory of the United States by a judge or justice of a court of general jurisdiction or an appellate court. The oath shall be reduced to writing, signed by the person taking, and certified to by the officer administering the same and filed in the office of the clerk of the supreme court.

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