law

RECOGNIZING ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

New rankings from U.S. News & World Report are out — see how the U ranked in the 2019 “Best Graduate Schools.”


CONTINUUM SPRING 2018

Read mindfulness 101, an academic’s “field notes” on her own dementia, law alums and students joining forces to free an innocent man who spent 22 years in prison and more.


FUTURE OF PUBLIC LANDS

Join the S.J. Quinney College of Law for the 23rd annual Stegner Center Symposium as friction over federal public lands such as the Bears Ears National Monument continues to play out in the public policy sphere.


TAKING FLIGHT

Before law graduate Gary Wilkinson was a standout college and professional basketball player, he was a high school dropout and juvenile court defendant.


MEET THE GRADUATES: MEL MOEINVAZIRI

I grew up in a very international family. My dad is from Iran, my mom is Portuguese and my step-mom is from the Philippines. I came to law school with this in mind and this has been my entire focus here, even my involvement in the Pro Bono Initiative has been centered around clinics for refugees and immigrants.


HUMANS OF THE U: ADEN BATAR

It didn’t matter because we knew we were in a safe place and could start a new life.


HUMANS OF THE U: DOMINICA DELA CRUZ

Third-year U law student, Dominica Dela Cruz, grew up watching court TV and was always troubled seeing kids enter the legal system with no resources.


Flip the switch

New solar canopy at the U bolsters energy efficiency and Oct. 7 ceremony will commemorate completion of latest sustainability project on campus.


NEW HERE AT THE U

A new addition to the S.J. Quinney College of Law, RonNell Andersen Jones has an impressive national reputation in field of First Amendment issues and media law.


MURDERER OR MARTYR?

U law professor Debora Threedy takes on the century old Joe Hill case in a new play debuting at the Utah Shakespeare Festival.