Isabel Moreno on LSAT Tips and Tricks

Isabel Moreno is the Associate Director for Admission and Financial Aid at the S.J. Quinney College of Law. Isabel sat down with Melinda Rogers to discuss the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) tips and tricks for prospective law school candidates. Topics covered include how many times you can take the test, when you can take the LSAT, which study guides are recommended, costs associated with the LSAT, testing format, and scores.

Dean Reyes Aguilar on Law School Admissions Advice

Reyes Aguilar is the Associate Dean for Admission and Financial Aid at the S.J. Quinney College of Law. Reyes sat down with Melinda Rogers to discuss his background and law school admissions advice for students from many diverse backgrounds who are interested in applying for law school. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: […]

Dean Elizabeth Kronk Warner Part 2

In August of 2019, Elizabeth Kronk Warner officially began her leadership of students as the S.J. Quinney College of Law’s first female and Native American dean. She sat down with Melinda Rogers, Director of Editorial, Media and Content Strategy to discuss her background and plans for the future.

Dean Elizabeth Kronk Warner Part 1

In August of 2019, Elizabeth Kronk Warner officially began her leadership of students as the S.J. Quinney College of Law’s first female and Native American dean. She sat down with Melinda Rogers, Director of Editorial, Media and Content Strategy to discuss her background and plans for the future.

Stumbling into Collaboration: Learning to Listen from Ranchers, Elk, and Trout

By Jake Powell for EDRBlog.org In the fall of 2013, the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food opened a prototype grant created to fund localized natural resource planning efforts. At the time, I worked as a watershed coordinator for the Utah Association of Conservation Districts with specific geographic responsibility for the Upper reaches of the […]

Lessons Learned in My First Year of Dispute Resolution

By Mikala Jordan for EDRBlog.org I thought I knew a thing or two about communication coming into the University of Utah’s City and Metropolitan Planning master’s program.  Use active listening, practice dialogue rather than discussion: these phrases were ingrained in me from the handful of communications classes I took as an undergraduate student.  In a […]

Library holiday hours July 23 and 24, 2019

The law library will be closed on Wednesday, July 24 for Pioneer Day.  The Reference Desk will be closing at noon on Tuesday, July 23.

Law Library closing at 4pm July 17, 19, and 20, 2019

The Law Library will be closing at 4pm on Wednesday, July 17,  Friday, July 19, and Saturday, July 20.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

Harvard Shares Five Tips for an Experienced Mediator

By Samuel Dinnar This post originally appeared on Mediate.com’s blog in May 2019. We are reposting it with Samuel Dinnar’s permission. If you are an experienced mediator who has mediated many disputes to a successful agreement, then you have probably established a reputation and feel confident in your mediation skills. But when was the last […]

Wisdom from the Field: Lessons for Collaborative Natural Resource Management and Community Development Partnerships

By Zoë McAlear for EDRBlog.org For practitioners working on the ground, it can be reinvigorating, inspiring, and enormously helpful to learn from others’ experiences doing similar work. A recent webinar through the America’s Rural Opportunity Speaker Series titled, “Tension as Catalyst: Land Stewardship and Development Align for a Better Rural West,” provides people working on […]