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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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C&J attorney, Heather L. Thuet, to swear-in new Utah State Bar members in Salt Lake City.
The Utah State Bar is an organization that is leading society in the creation of a justice system that is understood, valued, respected and accessible to all. With over 12,000 of Utah's lawyers and judges, the Bar represents Utah lawyers and public and the legal profession. 
 
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C&J attorney, Geoff Haslam, Selected as Lawyer of the Year for Product Liability Litigation - Defendants
Only a single lawyer in a specific practice area and location is honored with a "Lawyer of the Year" designation. The Best Lawyers in America 2021 edition includes Geoffrey C. Haslam, attorney at Chistensen & Jensen. The 2021 Edition is based on more than 8 million evaluations and recognizes just over 65,000 attorneys in 147 practice areas.
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Heather L. Thuet to Present Enforcing Civility in the Courtroom at the Utah State Courts’ Annual Judicial Conference
Heather L. Thuet presenting Enforcing Civility in the Courtroom at the Utah State Courts’ Annual Judicial Conference.
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Heather L. Thuet sworn in as President-Elect for the Utah State Bar
C&J congratulates its shareholder and colleague Heather Thuet in being elected by the members of the Utah State Bar as the Bar’s President-Elect.
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