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Lecturer Professor Amos Guiora featured on podcasts about work on Bystander Initiative

Jun 20, 2024

Lecturer Professor Amos Guiora was featured on the podcasts Little Bit of Life and The Homeless Conservative, speaking about his research in institution complicity and the role of bystanders and enablers.

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Professor Paul Cassell quoted by national media about Department of Justice Boeing Max prosecution decision

May 15, 2024

Professor Paul Cassell is quoted in The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, and other national publications about the Department of Justice’s May 14 court filing, which ruled that Boeing breached the terms of a federal government settlement to resolve a charge linked to the deadly crashes of two 737 Max aircraft.

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Professor Paul Cassell featured in national media about Boeing 737 Max crash victims case

Apr 15, 2024

Professor Paul Cassell, an expert in criminal and civil justice, was quoted in The Seattle Times and Business Insider about a criminal case against Boeing. Cassell is representing the families of victims of two fatal Boeing 737 MAX crashes.

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Professor Amos Guiora featured in local media for efforts to halt abuse within the Utah National Guard

Apr 09, 2024

Professor Amos Guiora, an expert in complicity law and the director of the Bystander Initiative, was featured in Salt Lake Tribune and KUTV articles about his new partnership with the Utah National Guard to report and investigate abuse.

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Utah Law announces new Alexander Zeev Guiora Bystander Initiative Award

Mar 20, 2024

It was after his father’s death in 2015 that Professor Amos Guiora learned that Zeev Guiora, a highly regarded psychology, psychiatry, and linguistics professor, was an extraordinary mentor to a wide range of students worldwide.

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Professor Amos Guiora quoted in Washington Post article about Hockey Canada scandal

Feb 05, 2024

Professor Amos Guiora, an expert in complicity law and director of the S.J. Quinney College of Law Bystander Initiative, was quoted in a Washington Post article about Hockey Canada’s sexual assault scandal.

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Professor Amos Guiora quoted in article about California State University misconduct scandals

Dec 15, 2023

Professor Amos Guiora, an expert in complicity and director of the S.J. Quinney College of Law Bystander Initiative, was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about sexual misconduct scandals at California State University.

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Professor Matthew Tokson speaks to media about court case deciding whether felons can own guns

Sep 25, 2023

Professor Matthew Tokson, a criminal and privacy law expert, recently spoke to Utah TV station KUTV about a potential Supreme Court case in which a […]

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Professor Matthew Tokson speaks to media about private prosecutor lawsuit and smart streetlights program

Aug 02, 2023

Professor Matthew Tokson, a criminal and privacy law expert, recently spoke to media outlets about a lawsuit against two Utah cities who used private prosecutors […]

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Cassell’s amicus brief cited in oral arguments before U.S. Supreme Court

Apr 19, 2023

An amicus brief authored by Paul Cassell, the Ronald N. Boyce Presidential Professor of Criminal Law at the College of Law and a University Distinguished Professor of […]

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Students participate in true-to-life counterterrorism simulation

Apr 06, 2023

On April 7, the College of Law held a live simulation exercise as part of the “Global Perspectives on Counterterrorism” course. The event—which is the […]

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Prof. Amos Guiora wins Distinguished Faculty Service Award for Bystander Initiative

Mar 30, 2023

The S.J. Quinney College of Law is pleased to share that Professor Amos Guiora has been selected as a recipient of the 2023 Distinguished Faculty […]

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New Initiative Studies “Ecosystem” of Abuse

Jan 04, 2023

Spurred on by story of boy’s death, Bystander Initiative seeks to prevent future harm. By Suzi Morales   Professor Amos Guiora’s office looks pretty typical […]

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Cassell wins two federal court rulings in Boeing crash case, sex trafficking case

Oct 24, 2022

Professor Paul Cassell has won federal court rulings in two important victims’ rights cases. Cassell, a former federal judge and a nationally-recognized expert in crime […]

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Professor Shima Baughman interviewed by Newsy about bail reform

May 18, 2022

Professor Shima Baughman was interviewed by Newsy’s The Why about bail reform. Watch the 6 minute clip here.

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Professor Paul Cassell to meet with US Attorney General Merrick Garland to discuss Boeing 737 lawsuit

Jan 24, 2022

Professor Paul Cassell, who is representing the families of victims of two Boeing 737 MAX crashes, will soon meet with the victims’ families and US […]

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Professor Paul Cassell Files Victims’ Rights Challenge On Behalf Of Boeing 737 Max Crash Victims’ Family Members

Dec 16, 2021

The challenge argues that Boeing’s deferred prosecution agreement with Department of Justice violated the Crime Victims’ Rights Act On behalf of 15 families of victims […]

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Professor Paul Cassell takes fight on behalf of Jeffrey Epstein victims to U.S. Supreme Court

Sep 17, 2021

Today College of Law Professor Paul Cassell filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court, asking it to review whether Jeffrey Epstein’s sexual assault victims can challenge […]

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