slide
menu
slide
News: Mary Corporon Appointed to Utah Indigent Defense Commission by Governor Herbert
Mary Corporon has been appointed by Utah Governor Gary Herbert to serve on the newly established Utah Indigent Defense Commission.  The Utah Indigent Defense Commission, among other things, will be authorized to collect data from local indigent criminal defense authorities for the purpose of studying the provisions of indigent criminal defense services statewide and report any findings and/or recommendations to the Legislature.  The Utah Indigent Defense Commission will also be authorized to assist local jurisdictions to meet minimum standards of effective representation, as well as providing advice, guidelines, and financial assistance to defense service providers.  Congratulations Mary on your appointment to the Utah Indigent Defense Commission.  Read more about the Indigent Defense Commission here.
 
More news stories:
"A Conversation With .." Sarah Spencer as featured on DRI's new podcast!
Appellate Advocacy Committee vice-chair Sarah Elizabeth Spencer talks about her passions—doing intellectual battle as a Salt Lake City-based litigator and pursuing dangerous, daredevil hobbies in her spare time. 
read more...
Heather Thuet selected as Key Note speaker at Pro Bono Kick Off
Heather Thuet has been asked to give the keynote address at the Utah Celebrates Pro Bono Kickoff at the S.J. Quinney School of Law on October 21, 2019. 
read more...
Sarah Spencer Presents at ALFA PLCT seminar
Sarah Spencer presented at ALFA's 2019 Product Liability & Complex Torts Practice Group Seminar today.  The Seminar is being held September 25-27 at the Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona.
read more...
Mary Corporon Quoted in Deseret News Regarding Common Law Marriage Law
Mary Corporon was again quoted by local news outlets regarding the law surrounding common law marriage in the state of Utah. 
read more...
0.14