OnLaw Symposium Issue: Twin Crises in the Law

Last year, James Holbrook, a law professor at the University of Utah, and Jonathan Hornok, the former editor of the Utah Law Review: OnLaw, published an article in the Utah Bar Journal highlighting two issues facing the legal profession: (1) poor and middle class parties that can’t afford a lawyer and (2) recent law school…

Utah Originalism Debated in the Utah Law Review: OnLaw

A recent alum of the S.J. Quinney College of Law, Jeremy Christiansen, published an article responding to Professor Troy Booher’s article published in the Utah Bar Journal on the Utah Supreme Court’s methods of interpreting the Utah State Constitution. Professor Booher’s article can be found here:¬†http://www.utahappellateblog.com/2012/05/05/utah-originalism/. Professor Booher argues that “the Utah Supreme Court has…