50 S.J. Quinney Students Participate in Public Interest/Government “Crawl”

On September 29, 50 students from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law participated in the annual Public Interest-Government Crawl, sponsored by the College of Law’s Professional Development Office and the student-run Public Interest Law Organization.  The Crawl took place in the evening at the downtown Salt Lake City Community Legal Building. Through the Crawl, students  met with and learned about the careers of local attorneys from a variety of agencies and government offices.  Participating offices included ACLU of Utah, Disability Law Center, Legal Aid Society, Salt Lake City Justice Court, Salt Lake City Attorney’s Offfice, Third District Court Guardian Ad Litem, Utah Attorney General’s Office, University of Utah Office of General Counsel, and Utah Legal Services.    
Top Right Photo caption: Students meet with attorneys Tracy Mills (Guardian Ad Litem’s Office), Paul Amann (Utah Attorney General’s Office) and Laura Boswell (Disability Law Center)

Attorney Paul Amann of the Utah Attorney General's Office and 1L Nicholas Caine

Attorney Paul Amann of the Utah Attorney General’s Office and 1L Nicholas Caine