Welcome Class of 2016!

The Howard W. Hunter Law Library would like to welcome the class of 2016 as they arrive for their first day of orientation today.  We look…


Construction Update

As many of you know the University has begun a number of construction projects now that law school is out for the summer.  While we're not…


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…


Judge Matheson’s Visit

BYU Law was pleased to host Judge Scott Matheson, Jr. of the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit yesterday as its Jurist in…


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,…


Nielson on Death of Law Clerk Hiring Plan

Professor Aaron Nielson, our newest professor, has recently published an op-ed in the National Law Journal discussing the D.C. Circuit's…


SL Trib Cites Baradaran Study

Professor Shima Baradaran's study, Predicting Violence, was recently cited in a Salt Lake Tribune article about Utah's pretrial jail…


Goldsmith Article Published Posthumously

BYU Law Professor Michael Goldsmith always taught his students to be "can do" lawyers.  He certainly was one himself.  Even when he was…


BYU Law and Fall Devotionals

BYU's Fall Devotional and Forum schedule has some BYU Law flavor to it.  You may want to get these dates down on your calendar. Sept. 11 -…


BYU Law’s Founding Documents

Elder Dallin H. Oaks was the featured speaker at BYU Law's Annual Founder's Day Dinner last night in Salt Lake.  Elder Oaks was the…


Wise, Hamberlin Honored

Congratulations to Professor Jane Wise and Law School Registrar Nancy Hamberlin who were honored this morning at the 2012 Annual University…


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…


Prof. Fleming Paper

Professor Cliff Fleming has recently submitted his newest paper, A Note on the Zimmer Case and the Concept of Permanent Establishment, to…


BYU Law Awards

Last Friday the Law School held its annual Awards Banquet and Barristers Ball.  The event is always a wonderful evening where we can…


Senator Lee on SCOTUS Clerks

Utah Senator Mike Lee (a BYU Law graduate) recently released a video describing the work done by law clerks at the Supreme Court, focusing…


BYU Law Ranked #2

BYU Law ranks number 2 in the U.S. News and World Report's list of 10 Most Popular Law Schools.  This ranking looks at law school yield or…


Law School Recital

You may have wondered if the grand piano in the library ever gets played.  Not often, but tonight it does.  Each year the law school holds…


BYU Law on Least Debt List

The U.S. News and World Report has released a list of 10 Law Schools that Lead to the Least Debt and BYU Law is a member of the club.  The…


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…


BYU Law Ranked #39 in U.S. News

BYU Law rose 3 spots to #39 in the annual U.S. News and World Report Ranking of Best Law Schools.  Also ranked at #39 are George Mason,…


The Press, the Public, and the U.S. Supreme Court

Tomorrow and Friday the Brigham Young University Law Review will put on a symposium titled, The Press, the Public, and the U.S. Supreme…


BYU Law Ranked #2

BYU Law recently came in at number two in National Jurist magazine's ranking of  Best Value Law Schools.  The original list that came out a…


Roman Plates Lecture – Oct. 20

As you've passed by the Reserve Library, you've probably noticed the Roman Plates exhibit we are hosting this year.  More details about the…


Sample Exams

Not that I want to start you thinking about finals, but I wanted to alert you to a change in the location of our Sample Exams.  These are…