Cassell Wins Victory for Child Pornography Victims

Today Professor Paul Cassell won an important court victory for child pornography victims seeking to prevent additional copies from being made of images depicting them during court proceedings.  Judge Kimberly J. Mueller of the U.S. District Court for the District of California held that the Adam Walsh Child and Protection Safety Act of 2006 permitted […]

U celebrates grand opening of award-winning College of Law building

Facility designed to enhance innovation in legal education and strengthen Law School’s commitment to community service Sept 1. 2015 – The University of Utah today celebrated the opening of its newest building on campus, a state-of-the art law school designed to enhance innovation in legal education, bolster community service and provide students with new opportunities for skills […]

Rosky Research on Nature/Nurture Debate Draws Media Attention

A forthcoming article by Clifford Rosky, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, and Lisa Diamond, Professor of Psychology and Gender Studies at the U, is attracting interest from a variety of media outlets. In addition to a recent RadioWest story, “Nature, Nurture, Sexuality, & Gender,” Rosky and Diamond’s research […]

Straube Co-Authors NR&E Article Praising iNEPA, the ‘iPhone of Environmental Review’

Michele Straube, Director of the Environmental Dispute Resolution Program at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law’s Wallace Stegner Center, published an article in the Summer 2015 issue of Natural Resources & Environment. Co-authored by Jessica Clement, director of the Collaboration Program in Natural Resources at the Ruckelshaus Institute, Haub School of Environment […]

Guiora to Discuss Global Perspectives on Cyber-Terrorism in Sept. 10 Lecture

On September 10, 2015, Amos Guiora, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will discuss Global Perspectives on Cyber-Terrorism in a Tanner Humanities Center Work in Progress lecture. The 2:00-3:30 p.m. discussion will be held in Room 143 of the Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building on the University of […]

Teter, College of Law Students Work on Behalf of Prison Inmate Who Claims He’s Been Abused by Idaho Prison Guards

A University of Utah associate professor of law is working on a high-profile case in Idaho in which a prison inmate claims that prison officials have retaliated against him because previous litigation he brought forth got a guard fired. Professor Michael Teter earlier this month filed a brief in a pro bono case before the Ninth […]

Lowe, ’08, Profiled in Fox 13 Story about New Center for Homeless Youth

Nicole Lowe, ’08, an Assistant Attorney General in the Utah Attorney General’s Office, was profiled in a Fox 13 story, “Volunteers for America to open new center for homeless youth in Salt Lake City.” As recounted in the story, Lowe herself was homeless in her early teens, found herself drinking heavily and taking drugs. Upon […]

Rosky Discusses “Nature, Nurture, Sexuality, and Gender” on KUER’s RadioWest

On August 25, 2015, Professor Clifford Rosky was one of three guests on KUER’s RadioWest program discussing how the nature versus nurture debate continues to shape society’s views on sexuality and gender preference. In addition to Rosky, the program’s other guests included Lisa Diamond, a professor of Developmental and Health Psychology at the University of Utah, […]

Craig Announces Three New Appointments, Participates in Katrina Panel

In August 2015, Professor Robin Craig was appointed as Co-Chair of the Water Program for the 2016 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Annual Conference, July 2016; and to the Members Consultative Group for the American Law Institute’s new Restatement of the Law: The Law of American Indians.  In addition, she was appointed for an initial two-year […]

Contreras Publishes Two Patent-Related Articles

Jorge Contreras, an associate professor at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, has recently published two articles:  A Brief History of FRAND: Analyzing Current Debates in Standard-Setting and Antitrust through a Historical Lens, 80 Antitrust L.J. 39-120 (2015), This article offers a comprehensive history of the development of commitments to license patents […]