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Inns of Court

The American Inns of Court is a wonderful organization that allows students to rub shoulders with and learn from practicing attorneys and judges.  BYU law students interested in litigation should seriously consider applying for student membership in next year’s A. Sherman Christensen Inn of Court I.  If you need an application, email me at neverss@law.byu.edu.  The application […]

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Inns of Court Info. Meeting

Justice Thomas R. Lee of the Utah Supreme Court will be at the law school on Thursday, April 4 at noon in room 306 to talk about the American Inns of Court and to answer any questions.  All students are invited to attend.  The American Inns of Court program is a great opportunity for students […]

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Inns of Court

As law students there are always more things clamoring for your time than you can possibly do.  If you’re looking for something worthwhile, you may want to consider applying to become part of our local Inn of Court.  The American Inns of Court program brings together judges, attorneys, and law students on a monthly basis […]

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Inns of Court

In an article in the most recent issue of the Utah Bar Journal, Utah attorney Isaac Paxman details the history of the American Inns of Court.  Much of the history is based on a presentation Elder Dallin H. Oaks made to our local Inn early this year.  Elder Oaks was involved in the founding of […]

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American Inns of Court

The American Inns of Court is a wonderful organization that allows students to rub shoulders with and learn from practicing attorneys and judges.  Law students interested in litigation should seriously consider applying to be  a student member of next year’s Inn.  An informational session for 1Ls and 2Ls will be held on Thursday, March 22 […]

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