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Artist of the Week: Nick Nash’s ‘Fortress of Gold’ Inspires Reflection and Reconciliation

Artist of the Week: Nick Nash’s ‘Fortress of Gold’ Inspires Reflection and Reconciliation

By Kate Button, Arts Writer

November 20, 2019

  For University of Utah alumnus Nick Nash, music has been a constant force throughout his life. From his undergraduate career as a first-generation student to his current life post-law school, writing, making music and playing shows have consistently allowed him to explore deep emotional truth...

Elizabeth Warner Named as New Dean of S.J. Quinney College of Law

Elizabeth Warner Named as New Dean of S.J. Quinney College of Law

By Amy Loret and Katelyn Collett

April 3, 2019

  Elizabeth Kronk Warner will be the next dean of the University of Utah's S.J. Quinney College of Law. Warner will be the first ever female dean in the law school's 106-year history. Warner was announced as the new dean by the U’s Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Dan Reed. She...

To Binge or Not to Binge Episode 44: ‘Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes’

To Binge or Not to Binge Episode 44: ‘Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes’

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor

February 26, 2019

  Practically everyone sat down to binge “Conversations with Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes” the weekend it was released on Netflix. The four-part series is told by the infamous serial killer himself through a series of tape recordings with a journalist. Bundy was finally ready to talk, even...

College of Law Program Provides High School Students with Passageways to Law School

College of Law Program Provides High School Students with Passageways to Law School

By Miacel Spotted Elk, News Writer

February 24, 2019

  Feb. 22 was just another day of school at the S.J. Quinney College of Law, except the students in attendance were high school students from around the Salt Lake Community. They were learning about what law school is like through participation in an annual program called "Passageways to the Law....

Stories of a Serial Killer: U Law Professor Remembers Ted Bundy

Stories of a Serial Killer: U Law Professor Remembers Ted Bundy

By Hannah Keating, Arts Writer

February 18, 2019

  With the 30th anniversary of his execution, serial killer Ted Bundy has reentered the news. The hypnotizing story of a seemingly-clean-cut law student convicted of nearly 30 homicides continues to be told by none other than the media giant Netflix. The recently released docuseries “Conversa...

University of Utah Law Report Supports New Juvenile Court Bill

University of Utah Law Report Supports New Juvenile Court Bill

By Katelyn Collett

February 8, 2019

  When adults are charged with a crime, the United States Constitution gives them many rights, as does the state’s constitution. However, when it comes to juvenile court, many of these rights do not exist for minors. A Utah senator is seeking to give charged minors the right to an attorney. Sen....

Pre-Law Students Face Changes in the LSAT

Pre-Law Students Face Changes in the LSAT

By Claudia Robles

October 18, 2018

  All pre-law students anxiously anticipate the moment they take the Law School Admission Test, however, this year, pre-law students at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law will find some changes in the admissions process. This test is designed to assess key skills needed for...

Law School Advances in Rankings

Law School Advances in Rankings

April 1, 2015

Two U students took first place at a Bankruptcy Law competition, and the win may help the law school rise in national acclaim. According to US News and World Reports List of Best Law Schools, the U is ranked 42 out of the 205 American Bar Association approved schools. This was a seven-spot improveme...

Pre-Law Students Find Their Fit

Pre-Law Students Find Their Fit

October 29, 2014

  They came from all areas of the country and donned black suits and briefcases. Setting up their case materials on assigned tables, the representatives waited for eager students to approach. These representatives were attendees of the U’s Law Fair, first organized in 1985. The fair was hosted in the ...

Snape acquitted, Potter convicted

Snape acquitted, Potter convicted

November 26, 2013

Harry Potter was found guilty of obstructing justice on Tuesday, Nov. 26. Severus Snape was acquitted of murdering Professor Albus Dumbledore. The final rulings were made by Clifford Rosky, professor of law at the S.J. Quinney Law School, who was acting as judge in the trial. Professors from the Col...

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