News: Sarah Spencer will moderate a mock appellate argument at DRI's 2018 Appellate Advocacy Seminar
Sarah Spencer will moderate a mock appellate argument involving a sports-gambling case at this month's DRI Appellate Advocacy Seminar. A panel of judges will preside over a mock oral argument, performed by exceptional practitioners, in a case on review before the Supreme Court of the United States that challenges the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, a federal law banning states from authorizing sports gambling in all but a handful of "grandfathered" states, such as Nevada.

The seminar will be held March 14-15, 2018 at the Planet Hollywood Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Registration details can be found here.
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C&J attorney Heather Thuet featured by Good4Utah about free and low-cost legal resources in Utah
Heather Thuet appeared on Good4Utah today to talk about the Utah State Bar's own "Tuesday Night Bar" - a program that helps low income individuals get initial access to legal help. 
Heather Thuet speaking at Licensed Lawyer CLE
Join Heather Thuet at the Utah Law & Justice Center on Wednesday, March 14th for a continuing legal eduacation course on how to take advantage of Licensed Lawyer.
Heather Thuet to present on Principled Negotiations - When to Hold 'em and When to Fold 'em
On February 9th, C&J's own Heather Thuet will be presenting at the 4th Annual Intermountain Construction Defect & Dispute Conference.  Heather will speak on the subject of negotiations and "when to hold 'em and when to fold 'em." 
Utah Cold Case Coalition in the news

There are some 200 cold cases of murders or missing persons in Utah, yet the state has no comprehensive up-to-date database that would help law enforcement bring perpetrators to justice.  A new organization, the Utah Cold Case Coalition, says agencies could be doing a much better job sharing information and solving old homicides and disappearances.