On May 1, 2015, Professor Erika George appeared on the morning broadcast of Good4Utah to discuss the gender wage gap, pressures facing women in the workplace, women in politics, and women in education. Click here to view the interview.
Professor Amos Guora’s counterterrorism course was included in the “Student Innovation at the U” report produced by the Lassonde Enterprise Institute to celebrate student innovators. The brief profile mentions College of Law students Jeffrey Baldridge, Justin Hosman and Thomas Pedersen. To read the profile of the course, click here.
Leading up to the United States Supreme Court’s expected decision on same-sex marriage, numerous media outlets discussed Utah’s antidiscrimination law. University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Clifford Rosky was one of the primary authors of that law, SB 296. http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/gay-rights-religious-rights-and-a-compromise-in-an-unlikely-place-utah/2015/04/12/39278b12-ded8-11e4-a500-1c5bb1d8ff6a_story.html http://time.com/author/jonathan-rauch/ http://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/editorials/2015/03/20/expanding-gay-rights-utah-smart-compromise/9mq0WnK1Axcten5Bc5bXTJ/story.html http://www.wsj.com/articles/william-a-galston-utah-shows-the-way-on-gay-rights-1426633856 http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/12/us/politics/utah-passes-antidiscrimination-bill-backed-by-mormon-leaders.html?_r=0 http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/03/13/us-usa-gays-utah-iduskbn0m909v20150313 http://www.economist.com/news/united-states/21650153-some-lessons-practical-conservatism-desert-west-young-tolerant-and-surprising
Craig Article on Endangered Species and State Water Law Honored by Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
Professor Robin Craig’s article, “”Does the Endangered Species Act Preempt State Water Law?,” 62 University of Kansas Law Review 851 (2014), has been selected by the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation to be printed in 52:1 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Journal (2015). The reprinted version will also include a new short update to account for the Fifth Circuit’s decision […]
On Friday, May 1, 2015, Professor Paul Cassell will testify before the Constitution Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee, in support of House Joint Resolution 45. Introduced by Rep. Trent Franks from Arizona, House Joint Resolution 45 is a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution that would protect crime victims’ rights throughout the criminal justice […]
Amos Guiora, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, was quoted in the AMI Magazine National and World News section about the American and the Italian hostages killed in a U.S. drone strike in Pakistan. AMI Magazine article page 1 » AMI Magazine article page »
On April 28, 2105, Professor Clifford Rosky was interviewed for two stories on Fox 13 regarding the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage decision. Rosky was interviewed for the story “Experts weigh in on how SCOTUS ruling would affect Utahns” and the follow-up “Utahns rally as SCOTUS hears oral arguments for same-sex marriage.” In the latter story, Rosky weighed […]
Jorge Contreras, Associate Professor at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will be presenting his paper “Multi-Commons and Meta-Commons in the New Data Sharing Universe” on Thursday, April 30, 2015, at the International IP Roundtable held at Duke Law School. The paper, co-authored with Jerry Reichman at Duke Law School, explores new models […]
Professor Clifford Rosky participated in an April 26, 2015, Salt Lake Tribune Q&A: “Could high court legalize gay marriage nationally? Could it end the practice in Utah?” Rosky and Parker Douglas, chief of staff for Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes and the state’s federal solicitor, each responded to a series of questions, ranging from “Could gay […]
On April 24, 2015, Professor Amos Guiora published a New York Times op-ed, “Judicial Review of Planned Drone Attacks Would Save Lives.” The editorial, co-written with Jeffrey S. Brand, dean emeritus and professor of the University of San Francisco School of Law, argues that the establishment of a drone court would result in fewer civilian deaths. […]