Every year the family law section of the Utah Bar Association holds a conference. The family law section is (I’m pretty sure) the largest section of the Bar, with about 800 members. The annual conference brings in about 300 people, so it’s a pretty good turnout.
I look forward to this conference more than any other during the year. I get to yack, meet new people, have lunch with friends and colleagues, intreract with judges and commissioners in a relaxed atmosphere, oh, and learn.
There was a lot of good stuff discussed and contained in the notes. I always find the case law update informative and helpful. Calvin Curtis’s presentation on the intersection of family and elder law was also well done (like everything Calvin does). The presentation on potential alimony calculators was also interesting, although I’m not entirely sure I agree with using a calculator to determine something so fact dependent.
Thankfully, everyone who presents supplies us with notes. Since so many of us can’t come to the conference, I scanned and wanted to make available all conference notes. If, for some reason, you cannot download the notes from the links provided, call my office and I’ll email you a copy.
(As I type this, I am trying to upload the main notes. The file’s too big, apparently, so I’ll have to attach them in a later post in manageable pieces. Anyway, I did get some notes attached. Enjoy.)
P.S.: In addition to learning and talking, we also announced the family law lawyer of the year. I won last year, which was a great and humbling honor. This year’s winner is Virginia Sudbury. She is a very giving and deserving recipient. Congratulations, Virginia.
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