Utah Law Review Symposium to Consider the Limits of Technological Warfare

Unmanned drones, cruise missiles, automated weapons, even armed robot warriors on the battlefield— in a time of troop cutbacks, emerging technologies make it possible to conduct “clinical strikes” through “remote warfare.” But are these tactics of waging war from a safe distance legal and ethical? Read More

Law & Politics from the U
December 06, 2012

Law School Dean Hiram E. Chodosh Named President at Claremont McKenna College

The S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah will soon begin a search for a new dean, after Claremont McKenna College in Southern California named Dean Hiram E. Chodosh its next president. Read More

November 21, 2012

Death of Politics?

If you were looking to recent political campaigns for meaningful discussions about the serious issues confronting the country, you likely came away disappointed. The University of Utah is hosting a conference—free and open to the public—to stimulate the vital deliberations that did not happen. Read More

November 01, 2012

U Ethicist to Advise U.S. Health Secretary

Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has named University of Utah medical ethicist and physician Jeffrey Botkin as chair of the Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Human Research Protections. Read More

August 30, 2012

Law School Ranked Among “Best Value” and “Most Innovative”

The September issue of the National Jurist, a leading news source in legal education, names the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law among the top 20 law schools for both “best value” and “most innovative.” Read More