Class Action: Alumni making news, January 2018

Richard T. Beard (’78) starts thirteenth year as People’s Utah Bancorp CEO Richard T. Beard is and has been the President, CEO and member of the Board of Directors of People’s Utah Bancorp and the Bank of American Fork since 2004. He is currently serving as a member of the Board for the State of […]

ALUMNI: Meet Oriene Shin

Oriene Shin graduated from the S.J. Quinney College of Law in 2014 after serving as president of the Student Bar Association. While still a young graduate, Shin has quickly built a resume and made an impact while as a policy associate at the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association in Washington D.C., where she is […]

Class Action: Alumni making news, December 2017

Bruce Collier (’74) receives the Denise O’Donnell Day Pro-bono Award from the Idaho State Bar Collier works for Kneeland, Korb, Collier and Legg PLLC in Ketchum and has spent 50 hours providing legal service to a local woman needing assistance on family law matters. Collier is a graduate of University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law. […]

Class Action: Alumni making news, November 2017

Richard D. Burbidge (’72) awarded “2017 Consumer Attorney of the Year” by Consumer Attorneys of California Burbidge enjoys a stellar reputation as a talented, first tier trial lawyer with over 40 years of trial experience in both Utah and California. This trial experience includes scores of major jury trials in the areas of complex commercial […]

Utah State Bar honors S.J. Quinney College of Law alumni during fall conferences

The Utah State Bar honored attorneys and judges at two separate events this month, one in Moab and one in Salt Lake City. Ten state court judges from across the state of Utah, a Utah Court of Appeals judge, and a Utah Supreme Court Justice received the Judicial Excellence Award during the Utah State Bar […]

Annual giving campaign to focus on scholarships

Support for student scholarships is essential to the S.J. Quinney College of Law’s educational mission.  This support assists the college in recruiting highly sought-after law students in an extremely competitive environment and helps to ensure the college enrolls a highly qualified and diverse student body.  It also helps keep the debt burdens of U law […]

Class Action: Alumni making news, October 2017

Ellen Maycock of KLMR (’75) joins Michael Best & Friedrich Maycock is one of the founding partners at KLMR. She brings more than four decades of commercial litigation and family law experience to her practice. Most of her time is spent on the latter, where she focuses on the long-term needs of families in transition […]

Class Action: Alumni making news, September 2017

Judge Ted Stewart (’75) writes book on supreme court rulings that changed America The book is titled “Supreme Power: 7 Pivotal Supreme Court Decisions that Had a Major Impact on America.” Judge Ted Stewart was nominated by President Bill Clinton on July 27, 1999, to the United States District Court of the District of Utah. […]

Class Action: Alumni making news, Summer 2017

Raymond Uno (’67) interviewed on The Today Show The interview is titled, “Revisiting a shameful chapter in US history: Japanese-American internment” and marks the 75th anniversary of an internment camp in Heart Mountain, Wyoming. Uno’s parents were placed in the camp during the second World War and his father passed away while there.     Judicate […]

VanCott, Bagley, Cornwall & McCarthy gift brings slice of history to law school

The black-and-white photo shows a downtown Salt Lake City street bustling in 1899 with celebration: Women with parasols and long trumpet-like skirts and men sporting bowlers and straw boaters. The slice of history documented in the photo includes a caption to mark the occasion — hundreds gathered for a parade to mark the homecoming of […]