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Utah Law announces unprecedented scholarship-matching campaign

Nov 28, 2023

The S.J. Quinney College of Law is thrilled to announce the launch of an unprecedented scholarship campaign to celebrate our highest rankings ever and help us welcome more of the best students regardless of their financial status. The goal: Raise $7 million in scholarship support in the next five years.

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From supply chains to securities law: 3L John McIntyre prepares for role at national law firm

Nov 16, 2023

Elle Woods continues to influence law students more than 20 years after she made her (theatrical) debut at Harvard Law School: 3L John McIntyre says the film Legally Blonde first encouraged him to become a lawyer.

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Student Veteran of the Year: 3L Michael Meszaros recognized for pro bono work with veterans

Nov 08, 2023

Even though graduation is still several months away, Meszaros is already fulfilling his dreams of helping others. He recently received the University of Utah’s Student Veteran of the Year award for his pro bono work with veterans.

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Achieving a mindset shift: Meet MLS student Raveena Ghag

Nov 02, 2023

Raveena Ghag’s bachelor’s degree in communication gave her a foundation in writing and passion for creating social media content—and the Master’s in Legal Studies degree […]

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Pro Bono Week: Celebrate Utah Law winners and support the bake sale Oct. 26

Oct 20, 2023

We’re celebrating the Pro Bono Initiative (PBI) during the American Bar Association’s Pro Bono Week Oct. 23-27. Through this program, Utah Law and Brigham Young […]

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From bike mechanic to bar exams: Meet Student Bar Association president Carter Moore

Oct 16, 2023

Law school was never in the plans for 3L and Student Bar Association (SBA) president Carter Moore. In fact, he worked as a bike mechanic, […]

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Honoring a tradition of education: Anna-Cajsa Gipson looks forward to earning her MLS

Oct 11, 2023

Anna-Cajsa Gipson was a stay-at-home mom for nearly 23 years before reentering the workforce and pursuing an advanced degree through the Master of Legal Studies […]

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Utah Law welcomes Native American law students for Cutting Sign event

Oct 03, 2023

S.J. Quinney welcomed more than 60 Native American law students from across the country Sept. 29-30 for Cutting Sign to the Legal Profession, a free […]

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Conservation Easements class members enjoy hands-on experience in Bonanza Flat Conservation Area

Sep 29, 2023

Professor Nancy A. McLaughlin recently took her class on a field trip to the Bonanza Flat Conservation Area, which sits at the apex of Salt […]

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Meet students and alumni through our brand-new video spotlights

Sep 22, 2023

We’ve been spotlighting Utah Law students and alumni throughout the years and sharing their stories and passions. Now we have a new way to help […]

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Find out which unexpected hobby cemented 3L Joey Sandres’ decision to attend law school

Sep 20, 2023

3L Joey Sandres knew he wanted to be a lawyer ever since he was 13 years old, though he did consider pursuing a PhD in […]

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Stegner Center Student Scholarship Recipients and Writing Awards

Sep 01, 2023

The Stegner Center oversees a rich array of scholarships, fellowships, and awards for College of Law students, ranging from cash awards for outstanding papers to […]

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Stegner Center Student Summer Placements

Aug 31, 2023

Students in the environmental and natural resources law program at the S.J. Quinney College of Law held a variety of positions in government agencies, private […]

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Helping people retain freedoms: Meet 3L Brooklyn Lindsey

Aug 25, 2023

3L Brooklyn Lindsey has just returned from a field placement as the Ronald Reagan fellow at the Goldwater Institute, a nonprofit that defends Americans’ rights […]

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Planning a future in reproductive justice: Meet 3L Layne Huff

Aug 16, 2023

Layne Huff studied language arts and once considered technical writing as a career but ultimately decided it was not the most rewarding way to spend […]

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From real estate to post-conviction relief: Learn more about 3L David Ostrowski’s path to law school

Aug 11, 2023

When 3L David Ostrowski started his career in secondary education, teaching French and Italian at middle and high schools in Pennsylvania for six years, he […]

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Cait McKee shares lessons learned at the Leadership Conference on Civil & Human Rights

Jul 28, 2023

Cait McKee, a rising 3L, has spent her summer at the Leadership Conference on Civil & Human Rights, a civil and human rights coalition. Since […]

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U Law announces 2023 Order of the Coif inductees

Jul 27, 2023

Congratulations to nine recent graduates from the Class of 2023 who were inducted into the Order of the Coif national honor society: Callen Aten Ellen […]

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Rising 2L Justin Hart learns about renewable energy law at Hawaiian Electric

Jul 05, 2023

Rising 2L Justin Hart traded the mountains of Salt Lake City for the sunny beaches of Honolulu, Hawaii, this summer. He began his field placement […]

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Spurgeon Fellowship recipient Bree Spaulding working in LGBTQ+ law at Lambda Legal

Jun 07, 2023

Bree Spaulding, a rising 3L student at Utah Law, was awarded the Spurgeon Fellowship, which provides a stipend for a proposed public service project or […]

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U law students help Utah refugees

May 19, 2023

By Matilyn Mortensen Ukrainian refugees had few safe options as they fled their country after Russia’s 2022 invasion. One such family ended up in Utah. […]

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