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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2016 January February

Happy New Year
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Article | Help Your MLM Client Avoid Legal Pitfalls When Expanding Internationally
by Rachel M. Naegeli
Article | What Utah Trial Judges Have to Say About Trust and Estate Litigation – Survey Results
by John A. Adams
Article | How a Trusteed IRA Can Improve Your Retirement Plan
by Leland Stanford McCullough II, Lee S. McCullough III, and L. Stanford McCullough IV
Article | Getting the Big Picture on the New eDiscovery Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

by Philip J. Favro

Article | Balancing the Scales: The Growth and Development of Civility Standards for Judges

by Donald J. Winder

Focus on Ethics & Civility | The Standards of Professionalism and Civility Grow Teeth. Let’s Eat.

by Keith A. Call

Article | Things I Have Learned About Representing a Client in a Family Law Case

by Ted Weckel

Utah Law Developments | Appellate Highlights

by Rodney R. Parker, Dani N. Cepernich, Nathanael J. Mitchell,Adam M. Pace, and Taymour B. Semnani

State Bar News

Paralegal Division | The Importance of Continuing Legal Education for Paralegals

by Christina Cope and Karen McCall

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2016 March April

Our Profession is Being Challenged to Reinvent Itself
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Candidates | President-Elect & Bar Commission Candidates
President’s Message | Our Profession is Being Challenged to Reinvent Itself
by Angelina Tsu
Article | Amendments to Rule 14-807: Law School Student and Law School Graduate Legal Assistance
by Carl Hernandez and Nancy Sylvester
Article | Protecting Privilege Claims in Discovery
by Philip J. Favro
Article | The Parol Evidence Rule in Utah: A Brief Survey
by Joshua L. Lee
Commentary | LGBT Attorneys Have Much to Celebrate
by Ruth Hackford-Peer
Utah Law Developments | Appellate Highlights
by Rodney R. Parker, Dani N. Cepernich, Nathanael J. Mitchell,Adam M. Pace, and Taymour B. Semnani
Focus on Ethics & Civility | Is it Ethical to Be Dishonest in Negotiations?
by Keith A. Call
State Bar News
Young Lawyers Division | A Lawyer’s Manifesto
by Robert B. Cummings
Paralegal Division | Leaving a Legacy Through Volunteer Service
by Diane McDermaid and Tamara Green
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