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BYU Law Introduces the Stephanie S. and John L. Sorensen Student Commons

Students from the Student Bar Association presented the Sorensens with two glass plaques and expressed gratitude for the Sorensens’ generosity and commitment to the BYU Law community. In his comments, Dean Gordon Smith thanked the Sorensens personally and on behalf of all BYU Law students for “being such an example of inspiring leadership.”