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EmeritusMitchell, BonnieProfessor EmeritaJudicial Process, Legal Methods, Legal Writing
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Dean Adler publishes op-ed titled, “Utah judiciary’s lack of diversity will not correct itself”

S.J. Quinney College of Law Dean Bob Adler published an op-ed in the April 30, 2016 edition of The Salt Lake Tribune titled, “Utah judiciary’s lack of diversity will not correct itself.” The current composition of Utah’s judiciary is disproportionately white and male. Utah’s population is nearly half female (49.7 percent as of April 2014), […]

Cassell comments in New York Post on controversial Scalia remarks

Professor Paul Cassell commented in a New York Post story titled, “Justice Scalia draws rebukes for comments about black students.” “I just think he’s a pull-no-punches kind of guy,” said Paul Cassell, a University of Utah law professor and former Scalia clerk who also served as a federal judge. “He’s also got a very sharp mind […]

Cassell Quoted on KUTV about Recusal of Federal Judges

On Monday, September 14, 2015, Professor Paul Cassell was quoted on the recusal of judges in the Recapture Canyon ATV ride case. “It’s unusual to have this many recusals,” said former federal judge Paul Cassell, now a professor at the University of Utah Law School. “I think basically what the judges are trying to do […]