Utah Law faculty updates: February 2024

Mar 06, 2024 | Faculty

Each month, we share notable updates—including presentations, publications, panels, and other accomplishments—from Utah Law faculty members.

Professor Teneille Brown, a white woman with long, light-brown hairProfessor Teneille Brown

  • Other activities
    • In Supreme Court of the U.S., submitted amicus brief in Delilah Guadalupe Diaz v. United States (No. 23-14).


Professor Jorge Contreras, a Hispanic man with short black hair and glassesProfessor Jorge Contreras

  • Publications
  • Presentations
    • “Reconsidering the ITC’s Patent Jurisdiction,” Technology Policy & Research Initiative, online (Feb. 2024).
    • “Ethics and Academic-Corporate Relationships,” Building Collaborations with Companies for Ethical Research and Translation, University of Minnesota 9th Annual Research Ethics Day, online (Feb. 2024).
    • “A Decade After Disapproval: Time to Limit the International Trade Commission’s Patent Jurisdiction?” A Decade Of Growth And Transformation In Intellectual Property And Technology Law, Texas A&M University School of Law, Ft. Worth, TX (Feb. 2024).
    • “The ITC’s Patent Jurisdiction,” Works in Progress in Intellectual Property (WIPIP) 2024, Santa Clara, CA, (Feb. 2024).
  • Panels
      • NIST’s Proposed Framework for a New Approach to Bayh-Dole March-in: What You Need to Know, Federalist Society Forum (panelist), online (Feb. 2024).
      • IP Transactions, Utah State Bar IP Section (moderator), Utah IP Summit, Salt Lake City, UT (Feb. 2024).

Professor Amos Guiora, a white man with grey hair wearing round-rimmed glasses and a blue-and-white-striped button-up and navy blazerProfessor Amos Guiora

  • Presentations
    • “The Gaza Strip: The Day After,” Utah National Guard, 300th Military Intelligence Brigade (Feb. 2024).
    • “Israel-Gaza: The Day After,” Brigham Young University J. Reuben Clark School of Law, Provo, UT (Feb. 2024).
    • “Don’t Be a Bystander,” Countering Hate: A Summit on Understanding and Preventing Antisemitism in America, University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA (Feb. 2024).
    • “Judicial ‘Reform’ in Israel,” East Bay Jewish Federation, San Francisco, CA (Feb. 2024).
    • “International Law and Morality: Operational Decision Making,” Yale Law School Schell Center for International Human Rights, New Haven, CT (Feb. 2024).
  • Other activities
    • Cited by the Utah Court of Appeals in State of Utah, In the Interest of H.H. and N.H.: Amos N. Guiora, “Protecting the Unprotected: Religious Extremism and Child Endangerment,” 12 JOURNAL OF LAW & FAMILY STUDIES 391, 405 (2010).

Robert Harrison, an older white man with white hair wearing a black blazer and blue- and green-striped tieAdjunct Associate Professor Robert Harrison


  • Robert R. Harrison, “A Time for Reflection—Compliance and Seven Risky Tendencies,” JOURNAL OF HEALTH CARE COMPLIANCE (Jan./Feb. 2024).

Dean Elizabeth Kronk WarnerDean Elizabeth Kronk Warner

  • Presentations
    • Presented to California Western School of Law faculty on tribal land acknowledgements, virtual (Feb. 2, 2024).