Guiora Discusses Cyber Terrorism in the Danish Paper, Jyllands-Posten

Professor Amos Guiora discusses cyber terrorism in the Danish Paper, Jyllands-Posten on January 21, 2015 Read the complete interview in Danish » (Translation courtesy of Google) Amos Guiora is American law professor at the University of Utah. He has for 20 years been engaged in counter-terrorism. He has previously written the book “Legitimate Target” and is now […]

Library is Hiring Research Assistants

By Melissa Bernstein for Quinney Library Blog. The law library is hiring three research assistants to assist with faculty research requests this semester. Positions are available immediately and run through May 8, 2015. Students must be able to work up to 19 hours per week. Strong research skills are required; 1Ls are eligible to apply. […]

Library – Early Closure & MLK Day

By Melissa Bernstein for the Quinney Library Blog – The library will be closing at 4pm on Saturday, January 17 for a private reception. We will be closed on Monday, January 19 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Environmental Dispute Resolution Year in Review

By Michele Straube for Since the initial EDR Blog post on March 24, 2014, we have posted 19 entries from 14 authors. Our last entry of 2014 contains a summary of our first nine months of blog posts, in case you didn’t get to read them all: General Welcome to the EDR Blog (Kirstin […]

Past Exams and Library Extended Hours

By Melissa Bernstein for the Quinney Library Blog. Did you know that you can access many professors’ past exams and even sample answers online? 1st – Go to the Law Library website, 2nd – Under the section entitled “Library Quick Links” is an option for Exam Reserve – click on this 3rd – The […]

Starting from Scratch: Building China’s Private Healthcare System

By Daniel Barber for the Center for Law and Biomedical Sciences Blog. Being lost in translation is frustrating, especially when important ideas need to be exchanged. Needless to say, in a crowded banquet hall located Chengdu China, a UNESCO city of gastronomy, it wasn’t the famous flower pepper of Chengdu that was making me sweat. […]

Bluebook Session for Students

By Melissa Bernstein for Quinney Library Blog – Tomorrow, Tuesday, October 28, 2014, librarians Suzanne Darais and Ross McPhail will be offering an instructional session on the organization and use of the Bluebook. All students are welcome; first year students are especially encouraged to attend. The class will be from 3-4pm in the Sutherland Moot […]

Law Library Early Closure

By Melissa Bernstein for the Quinney Library Blog. The library will be closing at 3:30pm on Friday, October 17 due to a scheduled power outage. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Banned Books Week: Celebrating the Freedom to Read

Posted by Melissa Bernstein to the Quinney Library Blog. September 21-27 is Banned Books Week, an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community – librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all types – in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express […]

Prostitution, Child Predators and the Internet

By Ronda Woolston for – Like many facets of life, the advent of the Internet and related technology is changing the sex industry and how child sex predators (hereinafter “predators”) can be tracked down. Prostitutes can now use the Internet not only to advertise their services but also to avoid danger. While predators have found […]