Law & Politics

How do politics and perceived risk affect vaccination willingness?

A pre-COVID study explores how we perceive disease risk.


Fulbright U.S. Student Program Virtual Information Sessions

Learn about opportunities to study, teach, or conduct research in a foreign country.


Did you know John Lewis spoke at the U?

If you haven’t been at the U for at least five years, you may not know that we had the privilege to hear from U.S. Rep. John Lewis on campus in 2015.


What is sedition? What’s the 25th Amendment?

Questions abound in the wake of violence at the Capitol. Political scientist James Curry offers some answers.


On today’s events

What we are witnessing is not representative of the fundamental ideals that have shaped our nation and made us a model of governance throughout the world.


Top stories of 2020: Why the vice presidential debate matters to Utah

On Oct. 7, 2020, the vice presidential candidates will take the stage at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah campus.


Paths to the law

Learn about your path to law school.


Publish your paper

The Hinckley Journal of Politics is now accepting submissions.


Political Science chair wins book award

Brent Steele’s book, “Restraint in International Politics,” wins Book of the Year award


graphic reads "checkonyourucrew" and features "i voted" sticker, ballot dropbox, U.S flag, envelope, pencil.

#CheckOnYourUCrew: Post-election support

Events across campus offer support to the U community in the wake of a highly contentious election.