First Vice President
Region 3 Director
A resource for paralegal professionals.
2009 Fall Seminar
October 2 – 3, 2009
Clarion Inn & Convention Center
This seminar qualifies for
.6 CLAE units through NALA
Friday, October 2, 2009
12:30 pm – 1pm Registration
1:00 pm – 1:15 pm Welcome
1:15 pm– 2:15 pm Randy Bjorklund-Private
2:15 pm– 2:30 pm Break
2:30 pm– 4:45 pm K-9 Officers
5:30 pm- 6:30 pm Cocktail Hour
6:30 pm Dinner
Saturday, October 3
8:45 am Breakfast
9:00 am – 10:00 am Harry Einfalt-Investigator
10:15am-12:15 pm Lori Gorseth and
P. Craig Silva, GAL
Randy Bjorklund has been in law enforcement for 25 years working as an evidence tech, training officer, street drug unit, DCI, investigation, traffic, advanced accident reconstruction, and crime prevention. Randy started the DARE program in Casper and also the Diversity Program in Natrona County. Randy has served on numerous boards and was awarded Officer of the Year three times with the Casper Police Department. He retired in 2004 and started Bjorklund Investigation. He works on a number of private cases including divorce, injury, child custody, finding drilling rigs, burglary, and ID theft.
K-9 Officers-Cpl. Gary D. Spears began working at the Campbell County Sheriff's office in 1993 as a Detention Officer transferring to a Patrol Deputy in 1994. Cpl. Spears became a K-9 Handler in 1998, going through Cpl. Randy Parker's class. He is certified as an Instructor for police canines and is also certified to conduct certifications of K-9 Teams through the Wyoming Police Service Dog Association and PSP standards. He is currently the Vice President of the Wyoming Police Service Dog Association (WPSDA) and is involved in the maintenance training of other K-9 teams in Northeast Wyoming. Cpl. Spears is a member of the North American Work Dog Association and has earned the status as a Certified Trainer in Narcotic Detection for K-9 Teams through NAPWDA, a nationally recognized organization.
Cpl. Randy Parker began his law enforcement career in 1978 at the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office. In 1987, he went to work for the Alabama Canine Law Enforcement Officers Training Center (ACLEOTC) as a police officer and staff instructor. ACLEOTC was involved with the United States’ Anti-terrorist Assistant Program. In 1990, Cpl. Parker accepted a position with the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office as their K-9 instructor and a patrol deputy. Since then, he has assisted in setting up the Wyoming state standards for police K-9 teams. He has participated in both national and international competitions involving K-9's and continues to serve as an instructor for law enforcement agencies around the country.
Lori L. Gorseth graduated from the University of Wyoming with her J.D. in 1989, she received her B.S. in human services in 1986 at Eastern Montana College in Billings Montana. Lori is an associate attorney at Williams, Porter, Day & Neville. Lori primarily handles personal injury, medical negligence/deliberate indifference claims, and civil rights actions. Lori also is a court appointed Guardian ad Litem for abused and neglected children. Prior to her employment with WPDN, Lori was an Assistant District Attorney for the Seventh Judicial District in Natrona, County, Wyoming, where she prosecuted parents for abuse/neglect of their children and some representation to the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.
P. Craig Silva graduated from the University of Wyoming with his J.D. in 1996, and received his B.S. in Social Science in 1992 from the University of Wyoming. Craig is a partner at Williams, Porter, Day and Neville. He primarily handles personal injury cases involving motor vehicle accidents, medical negligence, products liability, premises liability, work related injuries, and civil rights. Craig teaches evidence at the State of Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy for the Police Department. He is a Municipal Judge for the Town of Evansville. Craig also is an adjunct professor for Casper College teaching courses on Real Estate Law and Employment Law.
Harry Einfalt has been with the Campbell County Sheriff’s office for nearly 22 years. He has received over 2,000 hours of law enforcement training, including crime scene investigation, latent prints, and crime scene photography. His current job title is deputy sheriff, assigned to the plane clothes investigation division. Investigator Einfalt’s current duties include crime scene investigations and evidence custodian for the Sheriff’s Office.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Clarion Inn & Convention Center until October 1, 2009. Single and Double rooms are available. The rate is $79.99. Indicate you are attending the Legal Assistants of Wyoming Seminar. You may contact them at (307)-686-3000 or (800)-686-3368.
Any Active Member of LAW who refers a new member to LAW will receive a $10.00 gift certificate.
The new member must pay their membership dues and indicate who referred them on their application. Applies to Active Membership only. Gift Certificate to be used toward payment of any LAW function, membership or merchandise. Effective: September 1, 2009 - December 31, 2009.
LAW MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION
If you are not a current member of LAW and would like to join, submit an application for membership located on our website at www.lawyo.com. If you join LAW in conjunction with your registration for the seminar we will waive the $15.00 initiation fee and you may attend the seminar for the Member Rate of $60.00.
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