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News: Sarah Spencer publishes article titled: "Is the Record Really Complete?"
The National Foundation for Judicial Excellence published a contributor article from Chrisentsen & Jensen's own Sarah Spencer in it's June publication.  Sarah's article "Is the Record Really Complete?: How Appellate Courts Consider New Evidence on Appeal" discusses some of the ways that additional information might reach the appellate court after a motion to supplement the record or under judicial notice.  The arcticle can be found here.
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Steve Kelson's research on violence against attorneys cited by ABA Journal
The recent ABA Journal features Steve Kelson in an article discussing violence against attorneys.  Steve has reviewed nearly 12,0000 surveys from 27 states all on his own time to help the ABA compile national numbers.  This recognition of his work is well deserved.
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7 Attorneys from C&J selected for 25th edition of 'The Best Lawyers in America'
The Best Lawyers 2019 edition was released today and 7 attorneys from Chistensen & Jensen were selected by their peers for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America publication.  Geoff Haslam was also named "Lawyer of the Year" by Best Lawyers for his work in Insurance Law.
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American Board of Trial Advocates welcomes Ruth Shapiro
Christensen & Jensen's own Ruth Shapiro recently became a full member of the American Board of Trial Advocates.  ABOTA is an "invitation only" organization that invites members of hight personal character and honorable reputation. 
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Karra Porter Named 2018's Lawyer of the Year
Our most sincere congratulations to Karra Porter for being honored by the Utah State Bar as the 2018 Lawyer of the Year.  We applaud her dedication to the legal profession, the firm, and the community.
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