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2015 January February

Magna Carta: Enduring Legacy 1215–2015
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President’s Message Magna Carta: Enduring Legacy 1215–2015 by James D. Gilson

A Judge’s View of Procedural Fairness by David Roth

The Evolution of Estate Planning by James S. Judd

Mediation 101 – “Help Me Help You” Musings of a Mediator and an Attorney by Kent B. Scott and Cody W. Wilson

Retiring: Justice Ronald E. Nehring by Julie J. Nelson and Noella A. Sudbury

Reflection on the Rule of Law in Iraq by Raymond B. Rounds

Views from the Bench De Minimis Judge Gregory K. Orme

Focus on Ethics & Civility Supervising Staff by Keith A. Call

Utah Law Developments Appellate Highlights by Rodney R. Parker & Julianne P. Blanch

State Bar News

Paralegal Division Message from the Chair by Heather J. Allen

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2015 March April

Helping Provide Access to Justice for All
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Candidates | President-Elect & Bar Commission Candidates

President’s Message | Helping Provide Access to Justice for Allby James D. Gilson

Article | Making the Case for Pro Bono Service – the Holland & Hart Experienceby David K. Broadbent

Article | Patent Troll Legislation – Swinging Too Far?by Chrystal Mancuso-Smith, Brett Johnson, and Joseph G. Pia

Utah Appellate Law Update | Whether to Appeal in Civil Casesby Beth E. Kennedy

Utah Law Developments | Appellate Highlightsby Rodney R. Parker and Julianne P. Blanch

Article | Issues for a New U.S. Attorney Generalby Henri Sisneros

Focus on Ethics & Civility | Ten Tips for Avoiding Malpracticeby Keith A. Call

Book Review | The Billable HourReviewed by Jeremy J. Hansen
State Bar News

Young Lawyers Division | The Devil’s Advocate is Dead; Long Live the Ruleby Eric Boyd Vogeler and Kyle E. Witherspoon

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2015 May June

Our Moral Fingerprints
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President’s Message | Our Moral Fingerprintsby James D. Gilson

Article | Litigation, Technology & Ethics: Teaching Old Dogs New Tricksor Legal Luddites Are No Longer Welcome in Utahby Randy L. Dryer

Article | The Constitutionality of Judgments by Confession: Some Practical Considerationsby Joshua L. Lee

Article | Contemporary Trends in Qualified Immunity Jurisprudence:Are Circuit Courts Misapplying Graham v. Connor?by Jay Gold

Article | The Corporate Miranda Warning:Maintaining Loyalty (and Privilege) During Internal Investigationsby William R. Knowlton

Article | New ABLE Act Eases Financial Planning for Families of Individuals with Disabilitiesby Michelle Mumford

Article | Order from Chaos: The Rule of Artby Courtney R. Davis

Utah Law Developments | Appellate Highlightsby Rodney R. Parker

Book Review | Have Gavel, Will TravelReviewed by Judge Catherine Roberts

State Bar News

Paralegal Division | Salary Survey 2015: Highlights and Analysisby Karen C. McCall

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2015 July August

Top 10 Great Things About Being a Utah Lawyer
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President’s Message | Top 10 Great Things About Being a Utah Lawyerby James D. Gilson

Article | Alimony Guidelines – An Idea Whose Time Has Comeby Lori W. Nelson and Taryn N. Evans

Article | Preferred-Lender Arrangements – Coloring within the Lines of RESPAby Jon Allen and Jeremy Gray

Article | A Primer for Recognizing and Supporting Utah Victims of Human Traffickingby Janise Macanas

Article | Whistleblower Claims under the Dodd-Frank Act: Highlights from the SEC’s Annual Report to Congress for the 2014 Fiscal Yearby Jennifer R. Korb

Book Review | Hail Mary: The Inside Story of BYU’s 1980 Miracle Bowl ComebackReviewed by David C. Castleberry

Utah Law Developments | Appellate Highlightsby Rodney R. Parker, Dani Cepernich, Nathanael Mitchell, Adam Pace, and Taymour Semnani

Article | Sorry I Lost Your Files: Cybersecurity Threats to Confidentialityby Tsutomu Johnson

Article | Insurance Subrogation – The What, The Who, and The Howby Michael Swensen

State Bar News

Young Lawyers Division | Magna Carta: Symbol of Freedom Under the LawRemarks by Judge Bruce S. Jenkins

Paralegal Division | Paralegal Division Happenings

The Utah Bar Journal is published 6 times each year and is received by every attorney and paralegal division member who maintain an Active, Current, or Inactive-Full Service license with the Utah State Bar. Our current circulation is approximately 10,800 and growing. To accommodate the growing number of those that read the Bar Journal online it is also published in enhanced PDF and epub,  formats. The Bar Journal is also directly integrated with the Casemaker legal research service. Articles published on that platform are directly integrated with the growing libraries making it easy to go from an article citation directly to the case law and then on to other related materials.

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