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This project is a collaboration between:
- Beth Jennings & Kerry Lohmeier, Faust Law Library, SJQ College of Law
- Hallie Pope, Visiting Professor & President of the Graphic Advocacy Project
- People’s Legal Aid
- Utah State Law Library & Self-Help Center
- Salt Lake City Public Libraries
A special thanks to the Tanner Humanities Center’s Professors Off Campus program for providing the initial funding for this project, and to Ellie Bradley, Taylor Goldstein, Hannah Sakalla, JJ Schnedar, Madeleine Whittier, and Andrew Wirkus students in the Creative Advocacy Lab at the S.J. Quinney College of Law.
Additional thanks to Zacharias Bywater, Victoria Carrington, Stephen Florence, Esther Johnson, Madeleine Mayfield, Taylor Monney, Andrew Revelle,and Luke Skinner for their invaluable assistance.