Keiter and Ruple Cited in Denver Post on Possible Public Lands Takeover

The Wallace Stegner Center’s Bob Keiter and John Ruple were cited in a February 25, 2015 Denver Post article titled, “Conservation groups unite to oppose takeover of land.” Read the story in the Denver Post »

Guiora Discusses Possible Homeland Security Shutdown with ABC4

On February 24, 2015 Professor Amos Guiora discussed the possible shutdown of Department of Homeland Security as funding is cut off this coming Friday. See the ABC4 interview and read the story »

Rosky Publishes Deseret News Op-Ed, “Laws Should Protect Practice of Faith, Reject LGBT Discrimination.”

S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Cliff Rosky published a February 22, 2015 op-ed in the Deseret News  titled “My view: Laws should protect practice of faith, reject LGBT discrimination.” “These proposals are a profound distortion of religious freedom. They would be a dangerous setback in the country’s recognition of civil rights, and we hope […]

George, Wildermuth to Appear at Sustainability in Diversity Dinner, Feb. 25

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professors Erika George and Amy Wildermuth will appear at the Earth U Sustainability in Diversity Mentorship Dinner on February 25 from 6:00-8:30 p.m. in the Gould Auditorium a the Marriott Library on the University of Utah campus. The dinner focuses on bringing many voices to sustainability issues […]

Croasmun, ’03, Joins Crowe & Dunlevy

Jon Croasmun, a 2003 graduate of the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, has joined the Oklahoma firm of Crowe & Dunlevy as a director in the Aviation/Aircraft practice group. Croasmun is a former manager and senior in-house counsel for a multinational banking and financial services holding company. He has concentrated his practice […]

Ruble, ’02, Honored by Hinckley Institute, College of Pharmacy

Jim Ruble, ’02, an associate professor at the University of Utah College of Pharmacy, was recognized by the Hinckley Institute in their Outstanding Professor Program. In 2014, he received the Distinguished Teaching Award for the College of Pharmacy for the second time, after first receiving it in 2011. In May 2015, he will receive the […]

Carissa Hessick to Speak at Yale Law Library

The Yale Law Library will be hosting a book talk on Professor Carissa Byrne Hessick’s recent book, Strange Neighbors: The Role of States in Immigration Policy (NYU 2014). The talk, which is scheduled for Tuesday, February 24, will feature Professor Hessick and her co-editor, Professor G. Jack Chin (UC Davis Law). Their book explores the […]

Dewald to Conduct Workshop at DU’s Morgridge School of Education

Guiora Discusses Drone Sales on RT America

Published February 18, 2015, on RT America – The State Department has announced a new policy change that will allow for the sale of weaponized drones to allied nations, but the consequences are far from clear considering recent events and regime changes in the Middle East. RT’s Ben Swann speaks with Amos Guiora, Professor of Law at […]

Baradaran, Guiora Discuss U.S. Options for Fighting the Islamic State on Trib Talk

On February 18, 2015, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law professors Shima Baradaran and Amos Guiora appeared on The Salt Lake Tribune’s “Trib Talk” program to discuss U.S. options for fighting the Islamic State and how an expanded U.S. presence will play in the region. Click here to view the program.