Research centers and programs at the S.J. Quinney College of Law offer opportunities for faculty and students to collaborate on specialized research and community engagement, and to study in niche areas of expertise.
The Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment boasts one of the top environmental law programs in the nation. The Center for Law and Biomedical Sciences brings law, ethics, sciences and medicine together across the University of Utah's Tier-1 research programs. Our growing programs in criminal law and intellectual property law produce innovative research and provide superlative education in their fields.
Our faculty also engage in interdisciplinary research collaborations throughout the University of Utah. This includes special initiatives such as the Utah Project on Antitrust and Consumer Protection, which is dedicated to the study of progressive antitrust and consumer protection law and policy.
For students, these centers and programs offer scholarships, fellowships, clerkships and internships, service project involvement, and participation in events that draw experts from around the globe.