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Water Rights General Adjudications: What’s Going on and Where Are We Now?

The Utah Bar Journal recently published the article “Water Rights General Adjudications: What’s Going on and Where Are We Now?,” written by attorneys Emily E. Lewis and Timothy R. Pack. The quality of Utah’s future is closely linked to our ability to understand and manage our water resources. As one of the driest states in the nation, water is...

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You Asked, We Listened: A Seat at the Table

The Utah Bar Journal recently published the article “You Asked, We Listened: A Seat at the Table,” written by Victoria B. Finlinson. A Seat at the Table is the Young Lawyer Division's latest initiative and provides members of the YLD with opportunities to serve their communities in a meaningful way, including running for office; pursuing an...

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