eBulletin for April 2014

 commissioner_Jensen_Curtis MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT CURTIS M JENSEN

Bar elections are underway, and if you haven’t voted yet, please watch for an e-mail ballot later today. If you don’t see a ballot today, please check your junk e-mail folder, or follow the directions at the bottom of the election page.

We had a great convention in St. George last month, and I especially enjoyed riding my bicycle with fellow Bar members and family in celebration of Judge Quinn.

I’m pleased to announce the keynote speakers for Snowmass on July 16-19:

  • Thursday Keynote: Laughing Your Way through Life, Dave Dugan, Comedian
  • Friday Keynote: Law & Neuroscience, Professors Hank Greeley
  • Saturday Keynote: The Lawyer as Actor—the Courtroom/Boardroom as my Stage, Jerry Gardner
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e.Bulletin for March 2014

 

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT CURTIS M JENSEN

PresidentJensenI hope you had a chance to see the op-ed printed on March 4, 2014 in The Salt Lake TribuneUtah lawyer discipline balances individual rights, public responsibility (the print version headline was Utah lawyers know how to police their own.) Thanks to Terrie McIntosh for her assistance. Here is the op-ed.
Spring is the season for recognition of members of the Bar who excel in their service to the profession and the community.
We are please to announce the following award winners. We invite you to join President-Elect Jim Gilson, who will be presenting the awards at the Spring Convention in St. George on Friday, March 14:

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e.Bulletin for January 2014

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT CURTIS M JENSEN

commissioner_Jensen_CurtisOn behalf of the Utah State Bar Board of Commissioners and all members of the Utah State Bar, I want to extend a personal thanks to the following for their wonderful expertise and resources, diligent efforts, and assistance in recommending the new Association Management and Database Migration System for the Bar: The Honorable David O. Nuffer, United States District Court for the District of Utah; Ron Bowmaster, CIO of the Utah State Courts; David Clark, CIO at Kirton McConkie; Douglas French, CIO at Ray Quinney & Nebeker; and Lincoln Mead, I.T. Director, Utah State Bar. The Commissioners have been studying this issue for a couple of years. A committee was thereafter formed to make final review and recommendations once the Commissioners received word from the Bar’s current database provider that it would no longer be providing such services after the spring of 2014. After receiving the recommendation of the committee for three new software packages for admissions, the OPC, and membership, the Commissioners and staff have accepted the committee’s recommendation. We were especially pleased that there was neutral budget impact when looking at the seven-plus-year life of the new software vs. old. I believe we have made the proper choice and will be acquiring the best system to enhance and benefit our members for years to come.

We’re getting good feedback on our Group Benefits Program listed under Site Highlights at www.utahbar.org. These new benefits are available at no cost to you and your families (or to the Bar), providing discounts for hundreds of local and national brands, stores, programs, and services. New vendors added in the past month are: Avis Car Sales, Good Sam Ventures, 2 Degrees Food, eKnowledge, University of Colorado Boulder, Eve’s Addiction, Red Cross Wellness Program, ThinkOps, Luggage Designers, Kollege Town Sports, OGIO, and AV Law. Please suggest additional products or services (see Nominations in lower left).

We are creating a new page on our website for members to provide perspectives on current legal issues as a public service. Please send any submissions to communications@utahbar.org and include: title, firm, publication date, synopsis for a non-lawyer reader (150 word max), and link to full article (required).

We would like to acknowledge our members who have remained in the legislature this year, helping draft statutes that pass constitutional muster and avoid ambiguity. The lawyer legislators in the House are: Patrice M. Arent, LaVar Christensen, Brian M. Greene, Craig Hall, Kenneth R. Ivory, Michael S. Kennedy, Brian S. King, Daniel McCay, Kay L. McIff, Mike K. McKell, Merrill F. Nelson, Kraig J. Powell, V. Lowry Snow, Keven J. Stratton, and Earl D. Tanner. The lawyer legislators in the Senate are: Lyle W. Hillyard, Mark B. Madsen, Stephen H. Urquhart, John L. Valentine, and Todd Weiler. Please see photos and brief bios in the Jan/Feb Bar Journal. Also thanks to our Governmental Relations Committee, co-chaired by John H. Bogart and Paxton R. Guymon, which monitors legislation for appropriate Bar input.

Volunteers are needed for the West Jordan Middle School We the People program. Attorneys will judge student speeches this Wednesday, January 15. If you can help, please contact krista.gibbons@jordandistrict.org.

The Board of Bar Commissioners is seeking nominations for the Dorathy Merrill Brothers Award for the advancement of women in the legal profession and the Raymond S. Uno Award for the advancement of minorities in the legal profession.

Nominations need to be submitted in writing to adminasst@utahbar.org by Monday, January 20. You can also write to Christy Abad, Executive Secretary, 645 South 200 East, Suite 310, Salt Lake City UT 84111 or fax to 801-531-0660. See past award recipients here.

January & February News

  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Luncheon
  • January & February Continuing Legal Education
  • Spring Convention Schedule
  • Even Year Mandatory CLE Reporting Cycle
  • Thank You For Another Successful Food & Clothing Drive

Justice Christine Durham will receive the Rosa Parks Award at the NAACP Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Luncheon at noon on Monday, January 20, 2014 at the Grand America Hotel. For details and reservations, please visit their site.

January & February Continuing Legal Education—See the Bar’s numerous section luncheons and CLE seminars including:

Law Night at Pioneer Theatre Company – Can You Handle the Truth?—Thursday, January 23

  • 5:30 to 5:45 Registration, S.J. Quinney College of Law Moot Courtroom
  • 5:45 to 6:45 Pre-performance Program/CLE with panel moderator James Holbrook and panelists Lyn Creswell, South Salt Lake City Attorney, George M. Haley, Holland and Hart, Linda Smith, S.J. Quinney College of Law, Clinical Program
  • 6:45 to 7:15 Light Buffet Reception
  • 7:30 A Few Good Men, Pioneer Memorial Theatre
  • Register by January 20 here.

Bar Day at the Legislature—Tuesday, February 18, 9:00 am to 12:15 pm The Utah State Bar is presenting its Annual Bar Day at the Legislature CLE at the State Office Building Auditorium. Previous topics have included issues facing the state government, Utah’s financial environment, the legislative process, and communication with legislators. The event is approved for 3 hours of CLE. Early registration will be $50 through Sunday, February 16; then it will be $75. Attendance is limited to the first 100 registrants; register here.

Spring Convention in St. George March 13-15—Schedule hot off the press in the Jan/Feb Bar Journal and online here. Mark the dates for the Annual Convention in Snowmass, July 16-19, and the Fall Forum in Salt Lake City, November 20-21.

Even Year Mandatory CLE (MCLE) Reporting Cycle (7/1/12 to 6/30/14)—Active Status Lawyers complying in 2014 need to complete a minimum of 24 hours of approved CLE, including at least three hours of accredited ethics, with one of the three in professionalism and civility. A minimum of twelve hours must be earned by attending live CLE presentations. A Certificate of Compliance needs to be submitted by July 31. Downloadable MCLE forms can be found online here. If you have questions, please visit www.utahbar.org/mcle or contact MCLE Director, sydnie.kuhre@utahbar.org, 801-297-7035 or MCLE Assistant, ryan.rapier@utahbar.org, 801-297-7034.

2013 Food & Clothing Drive—The 24th Annual Food and Clothing Drive was one of our best ever. In addition to a 30 foot long truck full of food, clothing, toys and various other useful items, we collected over $3,600 in checks to various organizations that we supported as outlined in the flyer, we also contributed 150 five pound hams with all of the trimmings for a complete dinner for 150 families. The donated food and clothing was all sorted over the weekend of December 20, 2013, and distributed to families and individuals on the morning of December 24, 2013. Your participation was very generous and appreciated. Thank You. ~ Leonard and Lincoln

January 2014 e.Bulletin

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT CURTIS M JENSEN

On behalf of the Utah State Bar Board of Commissioners and all members of the Utah State Bar, I want to extend a personal thanks to the following for their wonderful expertise and resources, diligent efforts, and assistance in recommending the new Association Management and Database Migration System for the Bar: The Honorable David O. Nuffer, United States District Court for the District of Utah; Ron Bowmaster, CIO of the Utah State Courts; David Clark, CIO at Kirton McConkie; Douglas French, CIO at Ray Quinney & Nebeker; and Lincoln Mead, I.T. Director, Utah State Bar. The Commissioners have been studying this issue for a couple of years. A committee was thereafter formed to make final review and recommendations once the Commissioners received word from the Bar’s current database provider that it would no longer be providing such services after the spring of 2014. After receiving the recommendation of the committee for three new software packages for admissions, the OPC, and membership, the Commissioners and staff have accepted the committee’s recommendation. We were especially pleased that there was neutral budget impact when looking at the seven-plus-year life of the new software vs. old. I believe we have made the proper choice and will be acquiring the best system to enhance and benefit our members for years to come.

We’re getting good feedback on our Group Benefits Program listed under Site Highlights at www.utahbar.org. These new benefits are available at no cost to you and your families (or to the Bar), providing discounts for hundreds of local and national brands, stores, programs, and services. New vendors added in the past month are: Avis Car Sales, Good Sam Ventures, 2 Degrees Food, eKnowledge, University of Colorado Boulder, Eve’s Addiction, Red Cross Wellness Program, ThinkOps, Luggage Designers, Kollege Town Sports, OGIO, and AV Law. Please suggest additional products or services (see Nominations in lower left).

We are creating a new page on our website for members to provide perspectives on current legal issues as a public service. Please send any submissions to communications@utahbar.org and include: title, firm, publication date, synopsis for a non-lawyer reader (150 word max), and link to full article (required).

We would like to acknowledge our members who have remained in the legislature this year, helping draft statutes that pass constitutional muster and avoid ambiguity. The lawyer legislators in the House are: Patrice M. Arent, LaVar Christensen, Brian M. Greene, Craig Hall, Kenneth R. Ivory, Michael S. Kennedy, Brian S. King, Daniel McCay, Kay L. McIff, Mike K. McKell, Merrill F. Nelson, Kraig J. Powell, V. Lowry Snow, Keven J. Stratton, and Earl D. Tanner. The lawyer legislators in the Senate are: Lyle W. Hillyard, Mark B. Madsen, Stephen H. Urquhart, John L. Valentine, and Todd Weiler. Please see photos and brief bios in the Jan/Feb Bar Journal. Also thanks to our Governmental Relations Committee, co-chaired by John H. Bogart and Paxton R. Guymon, which monitors legislation for appropriate Bar input.

Volunteers are needed for the West Jordan Middle School We the People program. Attorneys will judge student speeches this Wednesday, January 15. If you can help, please contact krista.gibbons@jordandistrict.org.

The Board of Bar Commissioners is seeking nominations for the Dorathy Merrill Brothers Award for the advancement of women in the legal profession and the Raymond S. Uno Award for the advancement of minorities in the legal profession.

Nominations need to be submitted in writing to adminasst@utahbar.org by Monday, January 20. You can also write to Christy Abad, Executive Secretary, 645 South 200 East, Suite 310, Salt Lake City UT 84111 or fax to 801-531-0660. See past award recipients here.

January & February News

  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Luncheon
  • January & February Continuing Legal Education
  • Spring Convention Schedule
  • Even Year Mandatory CLE Reporting Cycle
  • Thank You For Another Successful Food & Clothing Drive

Justice Christine Durham will receive the Rosa Parks Award at the NAACP Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Luncheon at noon on Monday, January 20, 2014 at the Grand America Hotel. For details and reservations, please visit their site.

January & February Continuing Legal Education—See the Bar’s numerous section luncheons and CLE seminars including:

Law Night at Pioneer Theatre Company – Can You Handle the Truth?—Thursday, January 23

  • 5:30 to 5:45 Registration, S.J. Quinney College of Law Moot Courtroom
  • 5:45 to 6:45 Pre-performance Program/CLE with panel moderator James Holbrook and panelists Lyn Creswell, South Salt Lake City Attorney, George M. Haley, Holland and Hart, Linda Smith, S.J. Quinney College of Law, Clinical Program
  • 6:45 to 7:15 Light Buffet Reception
  • 7:30 A Few Good Men, Pioneer Memorial Theatre
  • Register by January 20 here.

Bar Day at the Legislature—Tuesday, February 18, 9:00 am to 12:15 pm The Utah State Bar is presenting its Annual Bar Day at the Legislature CLE at the State Office Building Auditorium. Previous topics have included issues facing the state government, Utah’s financial environment, the legislative process, and communication with legislators. The event is approved for 3 hours of CLE. Early registration will be $50 through Sunday, February 16; then it will be $75. Attendance is limited to the first 100 registrants; register here.

Spring Convention in St. George March 13-15—Schedule hot off the press in the Jan/Feb Bar Journal and online here. Mark the dates for the Annual Convention in Snowmass, July 16-19, and the Fall Forum in Salt Lake City, November 20-21.

Even Year Mandatory CLE (MCLE) Reporting Cycle (7/1/12 to 6/30/14)—Active Status Lawyers complying in 2014 need to complete a minimum of 24 hours of approved CLE, including at least three hours of accredited ethics, with one of the three in professionalism and civility. A minimum of twelve hours must be earned by attending live CLE presentations. A Certificate of Compliance needs to be submitted by July 31. Downloadable MCLE forms can be found online here. If you have questions, please visit www.utahbar.org/mcle or contact MCLE Director, sydnie.kuhre@utahbar.org, 801-297-7035 or MCLE Assistant, ryan.rapier@utahbar.org, 801-297-7034.

2013 Food & Clothing Drive—The 24th Annual Food and Clothing Drive was one of our best ever. In addition to a 30 foot long truck full of food, clothing, toys and various other useful items, we collected over $3,600 in checks to various organizations that we supported as outlined in the flyer, we also contributed 150 five pound hams with all of the trimmings for a complete dinner for 150 families. The donated food and clothing was all sorted over the weekend of December 20, 2013, and distributed to families and individuals on the morning of December 24, 2013. Your participation was very generous and appreciated. Thank You. ~ Leonard and Lincoln

e.Bulletin for December 2013

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT CURTIS M JENSEN

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I hope you had a pleasant Thanksgiving weekend, and I wish you the best for the upcoming holidays.

Have you had a chance to look at our new online group benefits which are featured under Site Highlights at www.utahbar.org? These new benefits are available at no cost to you and your families (or to the Bar), providing discounts for hundreds of local and national brands, stores, programs, and services.

These benefits are designed to offer you and your families greater access to a wider array of consumer products and professional services than the Bar has been able to provide in the past. Previously, group benefits have included a few high-quality discount programs primarily focused on practice assistance. Several months ago, former Bar President Rob Jeffs was charged to investigate expanded opportunities for our group of 10,000. He learned about a program being offered by the Texas State Bar and an online marketing group called Beneplace, and we have replicated the program for the benefit of our members.
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e.Bulletin for November 2013

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT CURTIS M JENSEN

commissioner_Jensen_CurtisI am pleased to announce that the Pro Bono Commission has designated Elizabeth Elon Thompson as Pro Bono Attorney of the Year (to be presented Friday morning at the Fall Forum) and that Erin M. Stone is the Bar’s Hearts and Hands award recipient (to be presented this Thursday at the Utah Philanthropy Day luncheon).

At the Fall Forum, the Bar, in partnership with Beneplace, will be rolling out a new group benefits program that will provide access to national and local providers for discounted insurance, electronics, financial services, home and office goods, retail offerings, travel, and much more. This program can be accessed in the members section of our website at http://www.utahbar.org/members/ beginning this Thursday. Please review the offerings and to make recommendations for additional programs, goods, and services by using the nominations tool in the lower left. Also on Thursday, watch for a special email invitation from discountprograms@beneplace.com allowing you to opt-in to receive limited-time and new offers, articles of interest such as financial wellness tips, and information on open enrollment. While testing the program, I found an intermediate SUV for a week in Salt Lake City for $136; the same car was $178 on budget.com without the program. I think you will be pleased with the depth of the discounts and the breadth of the offerings. There is no cost to you to use this, and the Bar is not being charged to offer the program to you.
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e.Bulletin for October 2013

commissioner_Jensen_CurtisMESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT CURTIS M JENSENI am pleased to announce the recognition of the following people for outstanding service to the community and the profession. Awards will be presented at the Fall Forum.

  • Professionalism Award, given to a lawyer or judge whose actions and deportment represent the highest standards of courtesy, fairness and civility: William S. Britt.
  • Community Member of the Year Award, to recognize outstanding service toward the creation of a better public understanding of the legal profession and the administration of justice, the judiciary or the legislative process: Robert Austin, Education Specialist at Utah State Office of Education.
  • Outstanding Mentor Award, presented to an inside mentor from the January and July 2012 New Lawyer Training program: Brent H. Bartholomew.
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e.Bulletin for September 2013

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT CURTIS M JENSEN

commissioner_Jensen_CurtisI hope you had an enjoyable summer. At our last commission meeting we reviewed and assessed our performance on last year’s objectives as well as how we can continue to improve the programs currently being implemented by the Bar. We also had a great discussion on some of the challenges facing our profession in the coming years and how we can be better prepared to deal with these challenges. As a commission, we have identified specific objectives to focus on for the coming year. We will continue to promote the Pro-Bono and Modest Means programs. We have been very pleased with the success these programs have had since their launching, but realize that efforts must be made to assure their continued success.  Some of the objectives we have identified and will be focusing on for the coming year include:
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e.Bulletin for September 2013

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT CURTIS M JENSEN

commissioner_Jensen_CurtisI hope you had an enjoyable summer. At our last commission meeting we reviewed and assessed our performance on last year’s objectives as well as how we can continue to improve the programs currently being implemented by the Bar. We also had a great discussion on some of the challenges facing our profession in the coming years and how we can be better prepared to deal with these challenges. As a commission, we have identified specific objectives to focus on for the coming year. We will continue to promote the Pro-Bono and Modest Means programs. We have been very pleased with the success these programs have had since their launching, but realize that efforts must be made to assure their continued success.  Some of the objectives we have identified and will be focusing on for the coming year include:
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e.Bulletin for August 2013

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT CURTIS M JENSEN

commissioner_Jensen_CurtisThe Summer Convention in Snowmass was an exciting beginning to my tenure as Bar President. From serious break-out sessions to fun times with the family and colleagues in the Rockies, and from learning about the difference between mastodons and mammoths to hearing about how the courts failed in Nazi Germany — I was constantly reminded about the value of our profession and the great people we get to work with at the Utah State Bar. See what a great time was had by all: http://summerconvention.utahbar.org/snowmassjournal.html
Last year on Constitution Day, nearly 200 Utah lawyer and judge volunteers went into social studies classrooms across the state and taught students about the separation of powers and the importance of an independent judiciary. In coordination with the teachers, and by means of a role-playing experience, these lawyers and judges presented new terms and concepts celebrating the Constitution and gave students a hands-on opportunity to apply fundamental Constitutional rights. Please participate in the Bar’s Second Annual Constitution Day, Tuesday September 17.

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e.Bulletin for May 2013

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT LORI W. NELSON


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Richard Burbidge, in speaking at Judge Shelby’s investiture to the Federal District Court of Utah, made some of the most inspiring comments on the law that I have heard in a long time. He stated that “there is no higher secular calling” than the practice of law. In courtrooms all over this country, “the great and the humble, the rich and the unwashed, not only may speak truth to power without fear of refusal, they must do so. In these rarest of arenas, truth borne by vetted evidence is the only acceptable medium of exchange.”

These are comments we should take to heart each day as we practice law, whether litigating or negotiating a transaction. Because we are all engaged in this mutual endeavor, we have tried, in developing our Bar meetings, to plan events that allow us to mingle and share ideas and goals. I hope to see all of you, in whatever area of practice you find yourself, at the Summer Convention in Snowmass/Aspen, the Fall Forum in Salt Lake, and the Spring Convention in St. George.
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e.bulletin for April 2013

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT LORI W. NELSON
Join us for Law Day and the 2013 Summer Convention

Bar President Lori NelsonWe just finished an amazing conference in St. George and are looking forward to another can’t-miss event in Snowmass/Aspen:

  • Wednesday, July 17, 6 p.m., opening reception
  • Thursday, July 18, 8 a.m. to noon, featuring Jack Marshall, Esq. speaking about the challenges of keeping pace with professional ethics
  • Friday, July 19, 8 a.m. to noon, featuring Dr. William F. Meinecke from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Saturday, July 20, 8 a.m. to noon, featuring U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin G. Scalia

See keynote speakers (and soon complete schedule) here: http://webster.utahbar.org/cle/summerconvention/

Plus a family carnival, a golf tournament, “mammoth” fever at the Snowmass Ice Age Discovery Center, hiking, biking, fly fishing, paragliding, four-wheeling, hot-air ballooning, river rafting, and great dining. Book your lodging and adventures now at Snowmass. Registration costs are the same as last summer—$475 early, $300 YLD, $200 paralegal—and materials will be included with the May/June Utah Bar Journal.
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e.Bulletin for July 2013

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT LORI W. NELSON

Bar President Lori NelsonIn my last e-bulletin I wanted to thank all the people who have made this year so successful. Thanks to Rob Rice and his committee for the yeoman’s work they have done on the pro bono commission. Thanks to Rob Jeffs for his inspiration and John Lund and Judge Su Chon for all the hours of work devoted to getting the Modest Means/Lawyer Referral program underway and working. Thanks to the Bar staff who have worked in extraordinary conditions while the HVAC system is being replaced and to Steve Burt, commission member and architect, for managing the contracts and bids for the work. Thanks to Angelina Tsu and Benson Hathaway for getting 174 lawyers and judges into classrooms on Constitution Day teaching on the constitution. Thanks to Rob Jeffs for heading up the new member benefits project to improve what the Bar can deliver to our members.

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e.Bulletin for March 2013

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT LORI W. NELSON
Attorney Public Relations

Bar President Lori NelsonThe survey conducted by Dan Jones for the Bar concluded many things, one of which was that 44% (a majority of responses) of us believe the public views us negatively. Given your responses and the need to change the ongoing negative view the public holds of attorneys, the Bar has hired Sean Toomey to handle not only our advertising needs but also our public relations. The view to this hire was two-fold: improve the quality of our public relations and advertising outreach and decrease the cost to the Bar. I remain convinced that if the public knew of how much good attorneys do in the community it would go a long way to changing the view of attorneys overall. We have all heard that everyone hates all lawyers except their own. We also all know that attorneys are out in their communities serving in countless unrecognized ways. I’m renewing my request that you send in your stories, or the stories of those you know, who are serving in their communities, from coaching their kids teams to serving on planning and zoning committees. If you want to remain anonymous that is fine. But your efforts to improve the world you live in are valuable and deserve recognition, and getting the information out will serve all members in changing the overall view of lawyers in the public. You can send those stories to me at UtahBarPresident.LoriNelson@utahbar.org or to Sean at Sean.Toomey@utahbar.org.
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e.Bulletin for February 2013

Bar President Lori NelsonMESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT LORI W. NELSON
Modest Means

The Utah Courts are currently seeing an explosion of cases with pro se litigants. They cannot afford full-priced legal assistance, but do not qualify for pro bono legal services either. Programs and services like public defenders, Utah Legal Services, Legal Aid of Utah, the Disability Law Center, and legal clinics throughout the state admirably provide limited legal representation for the poorest members of our community but, for a large segment of the middle class, obtaining affordable legal services is more difficult. To an increasing segment of society, we are viewed as being out of reach. We also have attorneys who are experiencing a downturn in their practices given the economy, or new lawyers looking to create or expand their practices. The Bar Commission has created a program to match the unmet need of clients and the available time of attorneys. The Utah State Bar Modest Means Program is designed to bridge the gap and match paying clients with attorneys who want to supplement their clientele, but are willing to charge lower fees to these modest means clients. The program will focus on needs most commonly encountered at the courts, including family, landlord/tenant, consumer, and criminal law. We have started taking referrals through the program and are in need of more attorneys, both to work for clients and to advise younger attorneys in need of experienced assistance; please join us at http://www.utahbar.org/modestmeans/
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