News


News Article Image

BYU Law Grad Named to “Women of Influence” List

By Rachel Edwards For June Babiracki Barlow (’80) the year 2020 marks two important milestones: 40 years since she graduated from BYU Law and 40 years since she began work as a fledgling attorney in [...]

BYU Law Trio Wins Investment Competition

“Our Dean really encourages students to explore the legal tech scene and think more about the future of the legal industry, and I think his encouragement sparked our interest,” said Sackett.

News Article Image

Judge Ryan Nelson’s Journey from Pre-Med to the Ninth Circuit

By Amy Ortiz “I wasn’t always planning to pursue law,” said Judge Ryan Nelson, “I had actually started out as Pre-Med at BYU.” It wasn’t until after serving an LDS mission in Antwerp, Belgium, that [...]

News Article Image

How to Deal With Political Talk at Work

Benjamin Cook is a law professor at Brigham Young University and Harvard-trained mediator who is director of the nonprofit (and non-partisan) Center for Conflict Resolution. He recommends these four strategies:

News Article Image

Wilson Sonsini and BYU Join Forces to Help Asylum Seekers

With the help of Wilson Sonsini, BYU law students this spring will create a free tool for people applying for asylum. It’s the third iteration of the school’s LawX legal design lab program.

News Article Image

Wilson Sonsini and BYU Law Join Forces to Help Asylum Seekers

“This spring, Silicon Valley powerhouse law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati is teaming up with students at Brigham Young University J. Reuben Clark Law School to help design a program that will simplify the [...]

News Article Image

Sister Eubank to Speak at Upcoming JRCLS Fireside

The J. Reuben Clark Law Society will hold its next annual fireside on Friday, January 24, 2020, at the LDS Conference Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. The fireside will feature Sister Sharon Eubank, the [...]

1,000 days of President Donald Trump

The president’s style likely does contribute to how people talk to each other, said Ben Cook, law professor and director of the Brigham Young University Center for Conflict Resolution, which is hosting a workshop to [...]

Child pornography case arguments heard by U.S. Armed Forces appeals court at BYU

Dozens of students filled the newly constructed courtroom at the J. Reuben Clark Law School on Brigham Young University campus to listen to arguments presented before the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed [...]

BYU law school offering free “Wills for Heroes”

On Friday, September 13th, dozens of BYU law school students, alumni and lawyers will offer their services for free to any first responder or military member in Utah to create a free will. That includes [...]

News Article Image

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

By Ezra Vaoifi For most people, 10th grade 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 [...]

News Article Image

Judge Amy Coney Barrett to Speak | Founders Day Dinner

We’re pleased to announce that the Honorable Amy Coney Barrett will be our featured speaker at this year’s annual BYU Law School Founders Day Dinner. Her remarks will be entitled, “The Constitution as Our Story.” Judge Barrett serves [...]