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  • Here’s what’s next: Utah Law faculty discuss innovative legal research in new video series

  • Utah Law faculty updates: May 2024

  • Utah Law faculty updates: March 2024

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

  • Professor Amos Guiora speaks to local, national and international media about war in Israel

  • Utah Law faculty updates: June 2024

  • Utah Law faculty updates: January 2024

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

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

  • Utah Law faculty updates: February 2024

  • Utah Law announces new Alexander Zeev Guiora Bystander Initiative Award

  • Prof. Amos Guiora speaks to media about proposed judicial reforms and protests in Israel

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

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

  • Utah Law conducts student-led counterterrorism simulation as Russia-Ukraine War and other major global events unfold

  • Professor Amos Guiora discusses Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

  • Professor Amos Guiora discusses MLB sexual assault claims with the Washington Post

  • Professor Amos Guiora featured on Real Sports Podcast discussing sexual abuse in college sports

  • Professor Amos Guiora quoted in New York Times article on R. Kelly Trial

  • Professor Amos Guiora discusses the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan with ABC4 Utah

  • Guiora discusses University of Michigan controversy with Sports Illustrated

  • Professor Amos Guiora, currently in Jerusalem, weighs in on Israeli-Palestinian conflict

  • Professor Amos Guiora featured in ABA Journal discussing bystander complicity

  • Recent publications from Utah Law faculty members

  • Prof. Amos Guiora Comments on Israel-Palestine Tensions

  • Professor Amos Guiora discusses bystanders and enablers on podcast for the National Center for Victims of Crime

  • New Initiative Studies “Ecosystem” of Abuse