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Utah Bar Foundation Selects Ethics Award Scholarship Recipient

The Utah Bar Foundation is pleased to announce the 1999-2000 Ethics Award Scholarship has been given to University of Utah Law Student Cheryl Mori-Atkinson. Ms. Mori-Atkinson, who was a graduate in the class of 2000, received an exemplary grade in the Legal Professions course and has a strong record of commitment to public service. She is an able student who is widely respected by faculty, administration and her fellow students. Since graduating in June, Ms. Mori-Atkinson has taken the bar exam and will start as a judicial clerk with Justice Durham in November. Ms. Mori-Atkinson is currently employed at the firm of Giauque, Crockett, Bendinger & Peterson.

Each year, the Utah Bar Foundation works with the University of Utah College of Law and Brigham Young University College of Law by selecting law students to reward and encourage prospective members of the Bar to adopt high ethical standards and professional excellence.


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