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Deseret News | Opinion: What do you do when democracy is too much of a good thing? by Justin Collings | Five-part essay series

December 1789. Thomas Jefferson had been home less than three weeks, and his country was calling again. As United States minister to Paris, Jefferson had relished the sparkle of French wit, the savor of French [...]

BYU Law School launches a new Jerusalem Initiative with lofty aims

Brigham Young University law students soon will have a new way to study the Israeli-Palestinian conflict — from within the Middle East itself. BYU Law’s Jerusalem Initiative will launch in late April and early May, [...]

BYU Law Dean D. Gordon Smith Appointed to the Ira A. Fulton Chair

D. Gordon Smith | © BYU Photo PROVO, Utah, June 2021 – D. Gordon Smith, BYU Law dean, has been appointed as the first occupant of the Ira A. Fulton Chair in the J. Reuben [...]

Adam Balinski: From Broadcast News to Bar Exam to Business Owner

By Amy Ortiz   It was out of the blue, and it was just a clear thought of: “I know you’re enjoying what you’re doing, but I’d like you to go to law school, I’d [...]

BYU Law Students Develop Web Resource To Address Flaws In Expungement Process

Eight students in the LawX legal design lab at BYU Law have developed an online resource, called Goodbye Record, that is designed to address flaws in the process for expunging criminal records in Utah and potentially other states [...]

BYU LawX launches Goodbye Record to address flaws in the expungement process

Provo — BYU Law, a global law school focused on leadership and innovation in the legal field, announced the development of Goodbye Record – an online resource assisting individuals, legislators, and corporate partners to address flaws in the expungement process, [...]

BYU Law Hits Its Highest Ranking in 20 Years

BYU Law soared up to No. 29 in the 2022 edition of the U.S.News Best Law School Rankings. BYU Law’s ranking is its highest in more than two decades and represents an eight-spot jump from [...]

Laura Meier: The Family Nest Egg

Our alumni find many different ways to serve and to practice law, a fact powerfully demonstrated by 2003 BYU Law graduate Laura King Meier. This year when Penguin Random House and Diversion Books published her [...]

Jennifer Kajiyama Tinkham – Building Leaders Who Build Strong Communities

By: Nicole Boyd   The forced relocation and imprisonment of over 120,000 Japanese Americans during WWII, is a tragic and often overlooked chapter of US history.    For Jennifer Kajiyama Tinkham, this history is personal. [...]