September 11, 2023
David H. Moore will become the next dean of Brigham Young University Law next week. Moore, who joined BYU Law in 2008 and is currently the Sterling and Eleanor Colton Endowed Chair and associate director of the school’s International Center for Law and Religion Studies, will succeed D. Gordon Smith. [More].
July 17, 2023
BYU Law Library director Shawn Nevers has announced that Iantha Haight (’05) will be the Howard W. Hunter Law Library’s new deputy director, and Nick Hafen (’19) will be the new head of legal technology education. Haight and Hafen bring valuable expertise and experience to the Law Library as well as shared commitment to providing…
June 29, 2023
Much like Superman alias Clark Kent, James Lee seems like such a regular, nice guy. But then he’s extraordinary. Next month, Lee will begin a clerkship with Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr. for the October 2023 term. He is the most recent addition to BYU Law’s legacy of Supreme Court clerks which began…
May 11, 2023
On May 1, 2023, following nearly 18 years of dedicated leadership, Kory Staheli stepped down as Director of the Howard W. Hunter Law Library and Shawn G. Nevers, formerly Deputy Director of the Howard W. Hunter Law Library began service as the Law Library’s Director. As director, Staheli guided the Law Library through a period…
April 18, 2023
BYU Law, a global law school focused on leadership in legal theory and practice, today announced the addition of five new boot camp-style Academies for spring 2023, providing more opportunities for first-year BYU Law students to connect with top-flight attorneys for hands on experience in areas of interest. Offered in partnership with several leading law…
March 17, 2023
Brigham Young University Law School held its first annual design thinking competition over the weekend and the winning idea was a tool to help pro se tenants find solutions for their legal problems. The website Tenant Hero, created by BYU Law students Dylan Thomas, Hayden Moss, Jonathan Mix and Andrew Lake, is designed like a…
November 4, 2022
The program will focus on topics of interest in the international business community. The curriculum will focus on corporate governance, securities regulation, antitrust law, mergers and acquisitions, sustainability, and diversity, equity and inclusion.
August 22, 2022
Although the U.S. Congressional Record has been in a digital format for some time, a version that can easily be searched is now available on an online platform—offered by the Brigham Young University J. Reuben Clark Law School.
April 28, 2022
Brigham Young University J. Reuben Clark Law School is hosting a full slate of boot camp-style “academies” starting next week to provide first-year BYU Law students with professional training and connections to attorneys around the country in a variety of disciplines, from trial work to deal work.