Serve – BYU J. Reuben Clark Law School

From Harper Lee’s Book to Idaho’s Highest Court, A BYU Law Alum’s Ascent

For most people, 10th grade English class is anything but life-changing. But for a young Gregory Moeller, this is where it all began. His unique journey to becoming the 58th Idaho Supreme Court Justice commenced [...]

From BYU Law to Deputy Attorney General and Beyond, One Islander’s Inspiring Journey

“If you endanger the children of American Samoa, you endanger the welfare of American Samoa”—that was the closing argument she hoped would resonate with the jury. . ., BYU Law Partner for Student-Alumni Mentoring

“We tried mentoring programs in the past that had done some good, but they never really developed into sustainable programs, and we wanted to try a different approach that would help build longer-lasting relationships,” says [...]

H. Dickson Burton: Invite Others to Serve

Burton is currently serving as the Utah State Bar President and has a powerful aphorism and motivational message – “invite others to serve.”

Help Us Help You Help Us

Often, when alumni are asked to “give back,” thoughts simply turn to money. That’s a little myopic.

BYU Law Develops Free Online Tool to Address Debt Collection

"SoloSuit provides a simple platform for debtors to respond to a lawsuit in as little as 10 minutes."

Empowering Others Through Service

Tim Overton (Class of ‘07) equates serving others with empowering them as he draws on his unique life experiences, personal values, and the ideals instilled at BYU Law.

Light the World with Love and Service

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is encouraging people to emulate the ministry of Jesus Christ by finding ways to share their time, love, and resources with those in need. . .

BYU Legal Design Lab Hopes to Lower Evictions

“There did not use to be this huge eviction epidemic and now there is and we want to figure out why. . .”