Luhm Named as Circuit Court Judge in Worland
Written by Andrew-Rossi on October 25, 2018
A Worland attorney has been named the successor to the seat of Circuit Court Judge for the Fifth Judicial District.
Governor Matt Mead has appointed Edward Luhm to serve as the judge for Big Horn, Washakie, and Hot Springs Counties. Luhm fills the vacancy occurring with the retirement of Judge Thomas Harrington, which will be effective January 7th of next year.
Luhm has been in private practice in Worland for over 30 years – twenty in partnership with William Shelledy, Jr. and eleven as a sole practitioner. The Governor’s office points out that his practice has been diverse, including civil litigation, school law, criminal defense, domestic relations, and business and property law. He also served for many years as Worland Municipal Court Judge, District Court Commissioner and Circuit Court Magistrate.
Governor Mead noted that Luhm’s experience in the courts of the Fifth Judicial District will stand him in good stead on the bench, and he comes highly recommended by those who know and work with him.