College of Law

Rocky Mountain Innocence Center
Rocky Mountain Innocence Center (RMIC) works to correct and prevent the wrongful conviction of innocent people in Utah, Nevada, and Wyoming. RMIC is the Innocence Network affiliate covering Utah, Nevada, and Wyoming and is the only nonprofit organization in this region providing pro bono post-conviction innocence investigation and litigation services to those who have been wrongfully convicted.
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Utah Criminal Justice Center
Utah Law is a founding member of the Utah Criminal Justice Center, a collaboration between several departments at the University of Utah and the Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice. The Center supports interdisciplinary research, teaching and training in the areas of criminal and juvenile justice. Contact Professor Matthew Tokson for additional information.
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Gender-Based Violence Consortium
The Gender-Based Violence Consortium’s vision is to increase public recognition of and deepen public knowledge about this type of violence through research innovation and collaboration, creation of research communities, and enhanced educational efforts.
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University of Utah Prison Education Project
Through a commitment to social transformation, UPEP advances educational equity through on-site higher education, empirical research, and advocacy.
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