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Kogan Interviewed by The New York Times on Gender-Neutral Restrooms

November 16, 2015 – Professor Terry Kogan was interviewed by The New York Times about  gender-neutral restrooms in a story titled, “Making Bathrooms More Accommodating.” Read the complete story in The New York Times »

Kogan interviewed by NPR affiliate in Philadelphia on gender-neutral bathrooms

Terry Kogan, professor at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, was featured on WHYY, Philadelphia’s leading public radio station,  in a segment on gender-neutral bathrooms. Professor Kogan teaches in the areas of Contracts, Copyright Law, Trusts & Estates, Art Law, Legal Philosophy, and Sexuality and the Law. His most recent scholarship has explored […]

3L Bossard Attends Weeklong Intellectual Property Law Institute in Washington, D.C.

In June 2015, rising 3L Justin Bossard participated in the HNBA/Microsoft Intellectual Property Law Institute in DC, a week-long intensive IP event for 25 Hispanic law students from across the country. Jorge Contreras, an Associate Professor at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, also teaches each year at the event. In the […]

Kogan Research Quoted in SF Examiner Story

Terry Kogan’s writings are quoted in a new San Francisco Examiner story, “The bizarre, antiquated origins of sex-segregated restrooms.” The story, which traces segregated public bathrooms back to the era of “Victorian modesty.” “Late Victorian society became obsessed with concerns of modesty, concerns surrounding the human body and bodily functions,” Kogan writes. “Any move by women […]

Kogan Scholarship on Single-Sex Restrooms Quoted in Slate

A recent blog posting by Ted Trautman on Slate, “Sex-segregated restrooms: an outdated relic of Victorian paternalism,” praised a book chapter authored by University of Utah College of Law Professor Terry Kogan that appeared in the book Toilet: Public Restrooms and the Politics of Sharing. Kogan’s contribution to that book provides history and context to […]

College of Law Fields First-Ever Team in Trademark Moot Court Competition

The weekend of February 8, the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law participated for the first time in the Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Moot Court Regional Competition in Dallas, TX. This was the first year that the competition was open to the Southwest Region. The College of Law’s team of Tom McCosh and Adam […]

Changing Sex/Changing Sexuality — Reimagining the Mutability of Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation in Science and Law

S.J. Quinney College of Law, Sutherland Moot Courtroom Historically, the law has embraced popular understandings of sex and gender as set at birth, binary in nature, common to all people, and unchangeable across the lifespan. In turn, the law has cast individuals who deviate from this vision as mentally ill, emotionally unstable, and unworthy of […]

Kogan Selected for Community Foundation’s ‘Enlightened 50’

Terry Kogan, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, has been selected to join the ranks of the Enlightened 50, or E-50, by The Community Foundation of Utah. Established in 2008, The Community Foundation of Utah’s mission is to “harness Utah’s entrepreneurial spirit in service to the common good […]

Kogan Quoted in SL Trib Article on Transgender Awareness

On November 15, Terry Kogan, a Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, was quoted in a Salt Lake Tribune article titled “Transgender community pushes for acceptance, awareness.” “Trans-awareness is a decade or so behind gay-lesbian awareness,” Kogan explained to The Tribune, while also pointing to the inclusion of […]

Terry Kogan Quoted in Salt Lake Tribune

On May 27, Terry Kogan, a professor of law at the S.J. Quinney College of Law, was quoted in a Salt Lake Tribune sidebar to a national Associated Press article. In the article, titled “Gay groups call federal marriage suit premature,” Kogan questioned the timing of the recent federal same-sex marriage lawsuit brought by two […]