The Utah State Bar Building was built in 1988. Its purpose was not only to house the Utah State Bar but also to provide a gathering place for the community in such a way as to organize and nurture law-related educational, charitable and community services. In addition to the Utah State Bar, the Utah State Bar Building houses seven tenants which include the Utah Law Related Education Projects, Utah Bar Foundation, Utah State Board of Continuing Education, Utah Association for Justice, and Utah Dispute Resolution. The remaining space of the Building is used by members of the Bar as well as other professional, civic and community organizations.

Class Room Layout
Luncheon Layout
1 Room32 Seats1 Room30
2 Rooms64 Seats2 Rooms50
3 Rooms96 Seats3 Rooms75
4 Rooms128(Maximum)4 Rooms100(Maximum)*

*ULJC provides oblong (5′ x 2′) tables or rounds to seat 8.

Hollow Square Layout
1 Room50 Seats1 Room20
2 Rooms120 Seats2 Rooms44(Maximum)
3 Rooms180 Seats
4 Rooms240(Maximum)
    • Other unique set-ups may be requested, but must be approved one week in advance to accommodate for coordinating with the other spaces and equipment reserved.
    • Meeting rooms A, B, C and D open to one large room on the main floor(2nd level).
    • Meeting rooms E, F and G open to one large room on the upper floor(3rd level).
    • The Board Room is also available for meetings. The Board Room is a room with a large oval mahogany table that seats 20 comfortably, along with plush furniture around the perimeter. This room is not as readily available as the other meeting rooms and bar-sponsored programs and/or meetings have the right of reservation.

The room rates for Bar Usage, Non-Profit Usage, and Commercial Usage are listed on the ULJC Rates Page. The policies and procedures of the Law & Justice Center are located on the ULJC Policies Page. For more information or inquiry of dates available, please contact the Law & Justice Center Coordinator, Mary Misaka at:
Phone: 297-7030 – FAX (801) 531-0660