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Pro Bono Opportunities for Diploma Privilege Candidates | Utah Legal Services

In partnership with the Utah State Bar and the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, we are pleased to highlight a few of the wonderful pro bono opportunities diploma privilege candidates can participate [...]

BYU Law Alumni Justin Miller Selected for 2020 James Wilson Fellowship

By Rachel Edwards Justin Miller (‘19) has always admired the Founding generation and the unprecedented framework they built for this country. “Their lofty ideals, as enshrined in America’s founding documents, are a promise made to [...]

Pro Bono Opportunities for Diploma Privilege Candidates | The Importance of Pro Bono

BYU Law is pleased to be partnering with the Utah State Bar and the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law to highlight the wonderful pro bono opportunities diploma privilege candidates can participate in [...]

Find Your Match! Online Dating Giant Still Helping BYU Law to Pair Students with Alumni Mentors

By Nicole Boyd “It was interesting to take the personality survey because I didn’t know what I’d end up with. I knew the school works with Match.com and was curious what they’d ask to find [...]

New Book Explores the Dimensions of ‘Constitutional Space’ and Addresses Issues Surrounding Freedom of Religion or Belief

By Rachel Edwards “One of the purposes of a constitution is to create space for different groups to live a thicker conception of the right, good, and true––rather than have the state impose one based [...]

Why Sens. Mike Lee and Kyrsten Sinema believe religion can help heal racial divides

The two senators spoke Thursday during Brigham Young University’s Religious Freedom Annual Review.

INSIGHT: Redesign the Legal System for More Than Just Lawyers

BYU Law School Dean D. Gordon Smith and SixFifty CEO Kimball Dean Parker say the U.S. civil justice system, designed by lawyers for lawyers, needs to be reformed. They point out ways to fix the [...]

BYU Law’s Andrew Garrett Receives 2020 Rural Summer Legal Corps Student Fellowship

Each summer, Equal Justice Works, the nation’s largest facilitator of opportunities in public interest law, partners with the Legal Services Corporation, the nation’s largest funder of civil legal aid for low-income Americans, to support dedicated [...]

BYU Law Alumni Lead Navajo Nation COVID-19 Relief Efforts

What Leadership Looks Like By Nicole Boyd Tribal advocates believe generations of Federal Indian policy and chronic poverty have set the stage for unprecedented COVID-19 infections rates among the Navajo Nation. “I became passionate about [...]