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          Jeff Enquist

                     257 East 200 South, Suite 1100
                     Salt Lake City, Utah 84111

Jeff joined Christensen & Jensen as an associate in 2019. His practice areas include complex commercial disputes, civil litigation, real estate, vaccine injury, education, and health care.  He is one of three Utah attorneys admitted to the United States Court of Federal Claims and vaccine injured petitioners bar association.  During his career, Jeff handles cases for financial institutions and corporations to individual home buyers.   
Jeff clerked for Associate Chief Justice Ronald E. Nehring at the Utah Supreme Court from August 2013 to August 2014.  Jeff also helped create and direct a pro bono legal clinic and was a graduate research fellow in the Center for Law and Biomedical Sciences.  Jeff has also published an article on gestational surrogacy and the Family Medical Leave Act.  Prior to law school, Jeff worked in hospital administration at the University of Utah, Health Science Center. He plays 23 instruments, is a certified highschool referee, and is the starting goal keeper for C&J soccer team. 

Areas of Practice

Business Litigation:

  • Insurance, breach of contract and partnership disputes and corporate finance, assisted with business formation, operating agreements, non-disclosure agreement, LLC, partnership agreement, employment agreements. 

Personal Injury: Plaintiff and Defense
Real Estate Litigation:

  • Boundary dispyutes, construction law and defect, general real estate litigation, quiet title. 

Water Law:
Professional Liability and Defense and 
Vaccine Injury:

Current Admission

  • Utah State Supreme Court
  • ​United States District Court for the District of Utah
  • United States Court of Federal Claims

Professional Associations & Community Involvement 

  • Utah State Bar, of Health Law section
    • Executive Committee (May 2019 to May 2021)
    • Vice-chair 
    • Treasurer 
    • Secretary 


  • University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law (2013)
    • Semi-finalist in the Traynor Moot Court competition
    • William H. Leary Scholar
    • Executive managing editor and symposium editor of the Journal of Law and Family Studies