Jensie Anderson, a clinical professor of law at the S.J. Quinney College of Law, was recently featured in The High Country News.
The article, titled “Justice for all,” is enhanced by a slideshow of images accompanied by an audio file. It focuses on Anderson’s longstanding practice of providing “free legal advice and referrals” under a downtown Salt Lake City viaduct every other Sunday.
As the article details, Anderson and other volunteers have undertaken this outreach effort to the homeless and indigent for more than 15 years. Anderson is also involved in the Rocky Mountain Innocence Mission, a nonprofit organization that works with people who have been wrongfully convicted of serious crimes.
To read The High Country News article and view the enhanced content, click here: