Whistle-Blower Policy

Whistle-Blower Policy
Bar Commissioners, Bar staff, and any member of the Bar may anonymously report concerns regarding fraud, violations of law, conflicts of interest, other breakdown in internal controls, financial reporting issues, and other areas of major governance concern to the Chief Justice of the Utah Supreme Court for investigation and action as is deemed by the Chief Justice to be appropriate.

The Utah State Bar may not discharge any employee or otherwise discriminate against any employee with respect to the employee’s compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment because the employee or any person acting pursuant to a request of the employee has reported concerns about operations, management or governance issues of the Bar; testified or is about to testify in any investigation or proceeding dealing with such concerns; or assisted or participated or is about to assist or participate in any manner in such investigation or proceeding.

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