BYU Law on ATL

Above the Law ran a story today involving BYU Law.  Don't worry, don't worry.  While finding your law school's name on the pages of ATL is…


Private Ordering with Shareholder Bylaws

Professor Gordon Smith has recently posted his newest article, Private Ordering with Shareholder Bylaws, to SSRN.  Co-authors of the paper…


Law School Awards 2011

Last Thursday, BYU Law School held its Annual Awards Banquet and Barrister's Ball at the Provo City Library.  A number of law students,…


A Ruby Anniversary (40 years)

In honor of 40th anniversary of the BYU Law School (announced March 9, 1971), the Hunter Law Library has a small exhibit on the second…


Remembering Goldsmith

This coming Sunday would have been the late BYU law professor Michael Goldsmith's 60th birthday. He was born March 6, 1951 in Tel Aviv,…


BYU Law Ranked #17

BYU Law ranks 17th in Brian Leiter's recent rankings of Supreme Court Clerkship Placement, 2000 through 2010 Terms.


BYU Law Ranked 19th

Professor Paul Caron of the Tax Prof Blog has crunched some numbers from the latest edition of the Princeton Review's Best 172 Law Schools…


Prof. Jones Article

Professor RonNell Andersen Jones has recently posted her latest article, Litigation, Legislation and Democracy in a Post-Newspaper America,…


Tribute to Prof. Goldsmith

Earlier this month marked one year since the passing of Professor Michael Goldsmith. The most recent issue of the BYU Law Review contains a…


Worthen on the NCAA and Religion

Former law school dean Kevin Worthen recently posted his article The NCAA and Religion: Insights About Non-State Governance from Sunday…


When Agencies Go Nuclear

Professor Brigham Daniels has recently posted his paper, When Agencies Go Nuclear: A Game Theoretical Approach to the Biggest Sticks in an…


Prof. Fleming Article

Professor Cliff Fleming has recently posted his newest article, Can Tax Expenditure Analysis Be Divorced From a Normative Tax Base?: A…


Presumption of Innocence Before Trial in Malawi

Professor Shima Baradaran has posted her recent article, The Presumption of Innocence and Pretrial Detention in Malawi, to SSRN. As many of…


Lieberman Receives BYU Law Award

Last week, the J. Reuben Clark Law Society and the International Center for Law and Religion Studies presented the International Religious…


Constitution Day 2010

Today we celebrate the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution in 1787. The law school will be holding a Supreme Court Review…


Tarkington on Attorney Speech

Professor Margaret Tarkington, who is visiting at the University of Cincinnati College of Law this year, has posted two of her newest…


BYU Football and BYU Law

Dick Harmon's recent article in the Deseret News about the behind-the-scenes working of BYU's recent move to football independence and its…


Prof. Nuñez in Deseret News

Professor Carolina Nuñez's recent article, Fractured Membership: Deconstructing Territoriality to Secure Rights and Remedies for the…


Prof. Daniels Papers

Professor Brigham Daniels is one of our new additions to the law school this year. He comes to us from the University of Houston Law Center…


Prof. Nuñez on Undocumented Workers

Professor Carolina Nuñez's newest article, Fractured Membership: Deconstructing Territoriality to Secure Rights and Remedies for the…


Justice Lee

Professor Tom Lee was confirmed today by the Utah State Senate in a unanimous vote and will now become a Justice of the Utah Supreme……


BYU Law Ranked 33rd

BYU Law School is ranked 33rd in Brian Leiter's Ranking of Top 40 Law Schools by Student (Numerical) Quality 2010. The ranking is described…


Thomas on the Public Forum Doctrine

Professor David A. Thomas recently posted his latest article, Whither the Public Forum Doctrine: Has this Creature of the Courts Outlived…


Prof. Lee Confirmation Hearing

Professor Tom Lee's Utah Supreme Court confirmation hearing was held yesterday. The Senate confirmation committee voted unanimously in…