News: Nate Alder inducted to the Utah Chapter of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals 2019
// Jan 7, 2019
Following a committee review and due diligence interviews, Nate Alder has been inducted into the fledgling Utah Chapter of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals for 2019.
Nate Alder is an in-demand mediator who takes on challenging cases for attorneys and their clients. He has handled some of Utah's most high-profile disputes, as well as cases that can be settled in a few hours. Nate's range of cases is broad; his law practice has spanned many areas and he has represented both plaintiffs and defendants throughout his career.
A leader in Utah’s mediation community, Nate teaches lawyers, mediators, judges and clients about dispute resolution. He co-founded the Dispute Resolution Section of the Utah State Bar, and later served as its Chair. He served on the board of the Utah Council on Conflict Resolution, Inc. for many years, including a time as chair and symposium co-chair. In 2008, Nate was invited to join the neutral panel at Utah ADR Services, and attended Pepperdine University's Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution to obtain his iniital mediator certificate. He was appointed to the Utah State Court Roster of Mediators, eventually being recognized as a Master Mediator by the court program.
Nine Christensen & Jensen Attorneys Named to Utah ‘Legal Elite’
// Mar 18, 2021
Christensen & Jensen is proud to announce 9 attorneys from our firm have been selected for inclusion in the 2021 Utah Legal Elite publication.
Legal Elite honorees are selected by their peers in a statewide balloting process. Active members of the Utah State Bar were invited to vote for Utah peers whom they consider the state’s best lawyers. The business received thousands of votes, and those who received the most votes are listed here, alphabetized within specialty areas.
Christensen & Jensen attorney, Sarah E. Spencer published in DRI For the Defense 2021 February edition
// Feb 19, 2021
Sarah E. Spencer, business development chair and shareholder at Christensen & Jensen, recently wrote an article, Sometimes the “Wrong” Decision Is Still Right, for the DRI published in the February 2021 edition of “For the Defense.”