Elizabeth Clark, Associate Director for the International Center for Law and Religion Studies appeared on BYU Radio’s Top of Mind with Julie Rose to discuss Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission on the day SCOTUS was hearing arguments. “Tuesday, the high court will hear arguments in the case of Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights […]
On November 2, 2017, the BYU Law School community was privileged to hear from Jarrett Adams, an exoneree now fighting to free the wrongly convicted. An Innocence Project attorney, Mr. Adams has come full circle, from being accused of criminal conduct to defending the accused. At the age of seventeen, he was charged with committing […]
Get into the discussion at BYU Law with BYU Lawreads, a new program that features a book-of-the-semester meant to reflect on the role of law in human affairs. The primary goal of BYU Lawreads is to initiate deeper reflection on the role of law in human affairs. With that in mind, the book for this […]
As part of Black History Month, BYU Law students share their thoughts on who inspires them and how that affects them as aspiring lawyers.
If you think the name Bronwen Dromey is one of the most unique names you have heard, just wait until you hear her story. Dromey, a student at BYU Law, has traveled across the world to give service. Her passion for helping others is manifest in what she chose to study at BYU before starting law school: […]