Jacquelyn Bridgeman to Lead the College of Law at the University of Wyoming

bridgeman_webJacquelyn Bridgeman was named interim dean of the University of Wyoming College of Law. She has served as associate dean of the law school since 2010 and has been on the faculty since 2002.

Professor Bridgeman is a graduate of Stanford University and the University of Chicago Law School. A varsity letter winner in four sports at Laramie High School in Wyoming, she won several state championships in track. She also competed on the track team while at Stanford.

Before joining the faculty at the University of Wyoming, Professor Bridgeman was an associate attorney at two law firms in Los Angeles, where she specialized in labor and employment law.

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