Presidents’ Day Closure

By Melissa Bernstein for the Faust Library Blog- The Law Library will be closed on Monday, February 19 for Presidents’ Day. The reference desk will close at noon on Friday, February 16.

Working the Accommodation Puzzle: A Year in the Life of a Student Researcher

By Katie Cox for BioLawToday.org Truth be told, I sort of stumbled into the field of disability law and have quickly discovered a passion for it.  Almost a year ago, I was made aware of and encouraged to apply for a small grant program by a faculty member.  Soon after, I had the pleasure of […]

The Sweet Sound of Collaboration

By Cody Lutz for EDRBlog.org As a graduate student fellow with the Environmental Dispute Resolution (EDR) Program, I’ve been working on various community-based conflicts and challenges. One such challenge has been helping the Town of Springdale, Utah (just outside the south entrance of Zion National Park) to engage stakeholders in a collaborative process to address […]

Cultivating a Culture of Environmental and Natural Resources Collaboration in Utah

By Danya Rumore Unhealthy air quality. Growing demands for water in an arid state. Conflicts over public lands and how those lands should be managed. These are just a few environmental and natural resources challenges here in Utah that we hear “keep people up at night.” Such challenges are indeed daunting, and they will not […]

Biosimilars, Shall We Do the Patent Dance?

By Erika Hanson The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is widely known for mandating health insurance coverage. Many of us don’t know that ACA also provided a way for pharmaceutical drugs known as “biologics” to be more affordable to consumers by having a provision known as the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act of 2009 (BPCI […]

EDR Blog Year in Review: 2017

By Angela Turnbow As I look back on the EDR Blogs we’ve posted in the last 12 months, I find myself inspired and energized by the many examples of collaboration and strategies for how to build bridges among individuals, stakeholder groups, and communities our authors have shared. This past year’s blogs provide information on conflict […]

MLK Day Closure

By Melissa Bernstein for the Faust Library Blog- The law library will be closed on Monday, January 15 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The reference desk will be closing at noon on Friday, January 12. The library will reopen at 7am on Tuesday, January 16.

2018 Law and Biomedicine Colloquium Series

By Angela Turnbow The Center for Law and Biomedical Sciences will kick-off their 4th annual Law and Biomedicine Colloquium series beginning Wednesday, January 10th with the first speaker Elizabeth D. Winter, Vice President and General Counsel for the University of Utah. The series will run the first eight weeks of Spring semester, and will feature […]

Mindfulness for mediators, innovators and problem solvers

By Mary Dumas for EDRBlog.org Complexity and conflict can interfere with our ability to listen accurately and sustain focused attention when serving as a mediator or engaging in a collaboration endeavor. However, mindfulness principles and practices help mediators, innovators and collaboration participants by increasing awareness of changing conditions and sharpening focused attention during the creation […]

Winter Break Hours

By Melissa Bernstein for the Faust Library Blog – Winter Break Hours for the Law Library begin on Saturday, December 16. There will be some holiday closures during this period as well. You can view our hours here: http://www.law.utah.edu/library/about-the-library/library-hours/.