Wyoming’s judicial branch consists of 5 justices, 23 district court judges, 24 circuit court judges, 6 full-time magistrates and support staff located throughout the state. The entire branch operates to serve the people of Wyoming in many different ways. One of the most visible ways is by providing a forum to resolve disputes. In addition to resolving disputes, however, justices, judges and staff work strenuously to advance and improve the quality of justice through court boards, commissions, committees and programs.
The Wyoming Administrative Office of the Courts assists the Supreme Court and lower courts in fulfilling their constitutional and statutory functions. The office provides administrative, technical, financial, payroll, auditing and human resources support to over 300 employees. Our goal is to provide services in an accurate, timely, efficient and equitable manner.
We are happy to have you visit our website and learn more about us. Our goal is to help the judicial branch serve the public.
Links to descriptions of the Judicial Committees and Boards and programs can be found on the home page. If you need help finding information on our website, please do not hesitate to contact us.
|State Court Administrator||Lily Sharpe||307.777.7678|
|Deputy State Court Administrator||Ronda Munger||307.777.7590|
|Chief Fiscal Officer/Human Resources||Kristi Racines||307.777.7502|
|Chief Information Officer||Julie Goyen||307.777.8957|
|State Law Librarian||Matt Swift||307.777.7187|
|Director of Legal Resources and Judicial Education||Eydie Trautwein||307.777.7629|
|Staff Attorney||Elisa Butler||307.777.7238|