Bernadine Ott Pushes for Better Access to Justice
“It’s important to be able to relate to the people you’re serving,” says Ott (Class of '22), who sees greater diversity in the legal field as key to making services more accessible.Read more
MLS Application Deadline Extended to July 10
There’s still time to apply for the Master of Legal Studies—our one-year program that trains non-lawyers to navigate regulations and the law.Read More
Cutting Through the Jargon—Creatively
Learn how the Creative Advocacy Lab designs easy-to-understand legal resources for underserved communities.Read more
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Utah Law faculty members weigh in on the Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe vs. WadeJun 30, 2022
On June 24th, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States officially reversed Roe v. Wade, declaring that the constitutional right to abortion no longer exists […]
How Can We Break Through Our Narrative of Polarization?Jun 21, 2022
By Courtney Breese It’s easy to see that our nation is polarized. Watch any national news program or scroll social media and this narrative of […]
Professor Christina Koningisor wins award for outstanding scholarshipJun 16, 2022
Associate Professor Christina Koningisor recently received the Reidenberg-Kerr Award for Outstanding Scholarship by a Junior Scholar from the Privacy Law Scholars Conference. This award is […]
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