SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah State Bar will hold its annual summer convention in Sun Valley, Idaho, July 18-21.
The three-day meeting will feature daily keynote addresses and a variety of educational breakout sessions.
“This is an important event to help Utah’s lawyers stay at the forefront of current legal, business and economic issues,” said Utah State Bar President Rod Snow, who will conclude his year of service as president at the event.
Incoming Utah State Bar President Lori Nelson and President-Elect Curtis Jensen will be sworn in to serve in those positions during the first session on July 19.
Keynote addresses will be delivered by Judge J. Clifford Wallace of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on July 19, professor Thomas D. Morgan of George Washington University Law School on July 20, and Jack Marshall, president and founder of ProEthics Ltd., on July 21.
Also on July 21, Natalie Gochnour, chief economist for the Salt Lake Chamber, will also discuss the “State of Business” in Utah.
Utah State Bar members can earn up to 15 hours of continuing learning education credit for attending the convention.
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