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2012 January / February

New Policy on Inclusion and Diversity
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in this issue:
Letter to the Editor

President’s Message: Bar Commission Adopts New Policy on Inclusion and Diversity: It is No Longer Black and White

A Judicial Invitation by Judge Lynn W. Davis

Views from the Bench:The Face of the Judiciary: Utah’s Justice Courts

Articles:

Loss of Chance Damages Brought to Life

Focus on Ethics & Civility: E-mail Privacy

Utah Law Developments: Helf v. Chevron: A Workers’ Comp and Personal Injury Game Changer

Used and Useful Principle: Still Relevant in Utah

State Bar News

Young Lawyers Division: The Nuts and Bolts of Divorce

Practice in a Flash: Helping Lawyers Hang a Shingle

Young Lawyers of the Year: Kelly Latimer & Christina Micken

Paralegal Division
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2012 March / April

Lend a Learned Hand
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Letter to the Editor

President-Elect & Bar Commission Candidates

President’s Message: Lend a “Learned Hand” – Check Yes and Volunteer for Pro Bono

Commission Message: Utah State Bar Member Survey Results

Views from the Bench: The Importance of Lawyers and Judges in American Life

Utah Law Developments: Young Living Essential Oils, LC v. Marin: Clarifying the Limited Scope and Content of the Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

Articles:

Blow the Whistle: The Dodd-Frank Act Creates New Incentives for Whistleblowers – and Compliance Issues for Utah Businesses

Focus on Ethics & Civility: The Civic-Minded Lawyerl

Book Review The How to Win Trial Manual, Winning Trial Advocacy in a Nutshell, 5th Ed.

State Bar News

Young Lawyers Division: The Green Utah Pledge

DUI Law in a Flash

Paralegal Division

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2012 May / June

Democracy on Life Support
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President’s Message: Education on the Fundamentals of Our Government and Democracy is on Life Support: We Can Help

Commission Message: “Check Yes” to Lend a “Learned Hand” Utah’s Pro Bono Commission

Views from the Bench: “Perhaps this will refresh your memory.” Ten Ways to Reduce Judicial Stress

ARTICLES:

Utah Originalism

Focus on Ethics & Civility: Helping Clients Talk

Advice on Not Giving Investment Advice

Utah Law Developments: Recent Changes to the Lawyer’s Fund for Client Protection

Book Review: Reading Your Way to Stellar Legal Writing – A Review of “Building Your Best Argument”

Severance Damages Take a Sea-Change With Admiral Beverage by

Books From Barristers

State Bar News

Young Lawyers Division: Wills for Heroes: Protecting Those Who Protect Us

Paralegal Division: Pick Your Window of Opportunity

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2012 July / August

The Jewels on the Hill
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President’s Message: The Jewels on the Hill

Article: Donor Intent and the Failure of the Honor System

Focus on Ethics & Civility: Fee Basics

Founder Dallin H. Oaks’ Visit Spurs Call to Join of Utah-born American Inns of Court Movement

Utah Department of Health Hearing

I Finally Got My Day in Court

The Utah Territorial Bar Association: Our Forgotten Heritage by Michael S. Eldredge

Survey Says…Mentors Reap Benefits of Mentoring

The Mortgage Lender’s Primer on a TILA Rescission Claim

State Bar News

Young Lawyers Division: Estate Planning: A Practice Management Prime

Paralegal Division: Letter from the Chair by Danielle Davis

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2012 September / October

Looking Ahead
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President’s Message: Looking Ahead

Commission Message: Modest Means Lawyer Referral Program: How You Can Make this Program Work for Your Practice

Twombly and Iqbal: How the Supreme Court has Radically Redefined Access to the Federal Courts

The New Respect for Justice George Sutherland

Five Proportionality Principles That Can Reduce eDiscovery Costs and Burdens

How to Develop and Maintain Good and Lasting Client Relationships With In-House Corporate Counsel

Utah Law Developments: The Limited Scope of the Wrongful Lien Statute

Book Review: The Death Penalty: Debating the Moral, Legal, and Political Issues

Focus on Ethics & Civility: When it Comes to Ethics and Civility, Don’t Use Your Head

Article: Looking for the Lorax on Utah’s Capitol Hill: SB 11 and the Re-Balkanization of State Agency Administrative Procedures

State Bar News

Young Lawyers Division: Thinking of Swimming With the Sharks: Lessons Learned While Starting a Practice

Paralegal Division: Message from the Chair
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2012 November / December

How We See Ourselves
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President’s Message: How We See Ourselves
Article: Where Many Litigators Still Fear to Tread: Adapting to Mediation

Article: Guardianships: The Fine Line Between Protection and Exploitation

Cloud Computing: Silver Lining or Rainy Day?

Season’s Greetings

Red Mass

An Overview of FAA Enforcement Actions

The Dollars and Sense of Divorce:The Role of Certified Divorce Financial Analysts in Divorce

Focus on Ethics & Civility: Changes May Be Coming to the RPC – or Are they Already Here?

Book Review: Winning at Deposition

State Bar NewsYoung Lawyers Division: YLD President’s Message

What Every Lawyer Should Know About Appeals

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