Davies explores energy policy under Trump administration in speaking tour

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Lincoln Davies recently traveled to Australia to deliver a series of speeches in different cities on energy policy under President Donald Trump. Davies traveled to Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra, and Sydney at the invitation of the Australian Institute of Energy.  During the speaking tour, Davies, who […]

Meet new Student Bar Association President Hannah Abigail Brammer

With the start of a new academic year only weeks away, several leaders are taking the helm of student organizations to kick off a fresh slate of activities. Hannah Abigail Brammer is one of the new student leaders on campus. Brammer, who is starting her third year of law school, will serve as president of […]

Meet disability law attorney Dianna Cannon

Dianna Cannon applied to law school as a back-up plan. After finishing her undergraduate degree, Cannon longed to go to graduate school for art history in 1989. High tuition for the program she was interested in at the time stopped her. Her plan-B, however, quickly elevated into what she realized should have been her plan-A […]

Leslie and John Francis co-author new book on privacy

Husband and wife team —who are both University of Utah professors —explore understanding privacy in a complex and changing online world.

New at the U: Meet Professor Matthew Tokson

The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law welcomed two new professors on July 1. Professors Matthew J. Tokson and Young Ran (Christine) Kim will bring new expertise to the law school’s outstanding faculty. Tokson moved to Utah after most recently working as an assistant professor at the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern […]

New research by Cassell explores law enforcement’s ability to solve crimes 50 years after Miranda vs. Arizona

Fifty years after the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a historic decision in Miranda vs. Arizona — which determined that criminal suspects must be informed of their constitutional right to an attorney prior to police questioning — a pair of University of Utah researchers have found in a new analysis that the 1966 ruling today harms law […]

New professors join College of Law

The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law will welcome two new faculty members on July 1. Professors Matthew J. Tokson and Young Ran (Christine) Kim will bring new expertise to the law school’s outstanding faculty. Tokson moves to Utah after most recently working as an assistant professor at the Salmon P. Chase College […]

Honoring a beloved professor

A new endowed scholarship recently announced at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law is designed to pay tribute to longtime professor Jim Holbrook through providing assistance to law students who have a passion for pursuing law careers. The James R. Holbrook Scholarship was unveiled at the 2017 commencement ceremony. Preference in awarding […]

Orme receives honorable mention in essay competition

University of Utah law graduate Kylie Orme has received an honorable mention in an essay competition sponsored by the American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science and Human Rights Coalition. Orme, who graduated in May, was recognized for her essay titled ““Mr. Robot: Morality, AI, and Personhood.”  The essay was about the idea of […]

Through the eyes of the survivors

Editor’s note: Six students enrolled in University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Paul Cassell’s criminal law course last spring shared their deeply personal stories of surviving sexual assault with classmates as a way to bring attention to victims’ experiences.  The women shared their stories in the latest edition of Res Gestae, the […]