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Law Night at Pioneer Theatre Company

A CLE event with Pioneer Theatre Company, “A Few Good Men” Can You Handle the Truth? Two Hours of Professionalism and Civility CLE Will Never Be More Thought-Provoking! In a unique collaboration with the Utah State Bar Association and the S.J. Quinney College of Law, Pioneer Theatre Company will present a special evening of live […]

College of Law to Host Law Night at Pioneer Theatre Company’s Production of “A Few Good Men”

On January 23, the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law and the Utah State Bar will collaborate on a special evening of live theatre combined with an informative pre-show program examining dynamics between lawyers, clients, and the “ever-elusive truth.” The event, which begins at 5:30 with a check-in at the College of Law’s […]

Holbrook Discusses Issues Affecting Veterans in American Heroes Network Radio Interview

Jim Holbrook, Clinical Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, and Dr. Craig Bryan, Deputy Director of the University of Utah’s National Center for Veterans Studies, were interviewed on October 15 for a story on American Heroes Network Radio.  The two discussed including PTSD, moral injury, and suicide among […]

Twin Crises in the Law

// see related news story // Adler and Holbrook to Speak at Twin Crises in the Law CLE, Sept. 27 Twin Crises in the Law Friday, September 27, 2013 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Utah Law and Justice Center (645 S. 200 E., Suite 310) There are twin crises in the law: (1) underserved middle […]

Utah Law Review OnLaw Presents Twin Crises in the Law CLE, Sept. 27

On September 27, Utah Law Review OnLaw, the new Utah-focused academic legal journal at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will make its debut by co-presenting the Twin Crises in the Law CLE. The CLE, presented in partnership with the Utah State Bar, will address twin crises in the law: underserved middle […]

Repairing the U.S. Ship of State Matters to the World

by Wayne McCormack  While the U.S. is debating whether to launch symbolic strikes against the Assad regime in Syria, we can see some interesting connections among the questions of what military strength has to do with the kind of society we are likely to become or want to become, what we desire for the governance […]

Adler and Holbrook to Speak at Twin Crises in the Law CLE, Sept. 27

Robert W. Adler, Interim Dean and James I. Farr Chair and Distinguished Professor of Law, and James R. Holbrook, Clinical Professor of Law, both at the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law, will speak at the Twin Crises in the Law CLE presented by the Utah State Bar and Utah Law Review OnLaw […]

The Global War on Terror Is Perpetual and So Are Its Costs

by James Holbrook As a taxpayer, I am concerned that the billions of dollars we spend each year to collect telephone call metadata and store them apparently forever cannot be justified using traditional cost-benefit-risk analyses. It is difficult to get a straight answer about how many terrorist attacks on the U.S. have been identified and disrupted […]

Holbrook Shares Vietnam War Stories on March 12 KUED Special

The stories of Jim Holbrook, Clinical Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, and dozens of other Utah men and women who served in the Vietnam War form the heart of “Drawdown,” the final chapter in KUED’s critically acclaimed, award-winning documentary series, Utah Vietnam War Stories. “Drawdown” debuts Tuesday, March […]

College of Law Students Participate in Regional Mediation Competition

Four 3L students from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law participated in the ABA’s Representation in Mediation Regional Competition held at the Arizona State University College of Law in Tempe on February 23rd. In their two rounds of competition [from left to right] Jeffrey Enquist, Emily Iwasaki, Ruth Hackford-Peer, and Bradley Voss […]