State Bar News

JurisdictionUtah,United States
CitationVol. 34 No. 3 Pg. 48
Pages48
Publication year2021
State Bar News
No. Vol. 34 No. 3 Pg. 48
Utah Bar Journal
June, 2021

May, 2021

Commission Highlights

The Utah State Bar Board of Commissioners received the following reports and took the actions indicated during the March 25, 2021 commission meeting held via Zoom.

1. The Bar Commission voted to nominate John Hancock, Tegan Troutner, and April Hollingsworth to serve on the 8th District Judicial Nominating Commission.

2. The Bar Commission voted to nominate Ramzi Hamady, Skye Lazaro, and Caleb Proulx to serve on the Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice. Monica Maio was nominated at the February 5, 2021 meeting.

3. The Bar Commission voted to increase annual payment to Blomquist Hale from $75,000 to $91,000.

4. The Bar Commission voted to contribute $ 10,000 to Utah's Judicial Intern Opportunity Program.

5. The Bar Commission approved by consent the February 5, 2021 commission meeting minutes.

6. The Bar Commission approved by consent the Client Security Fund Committee request for no fund assessment for 2021-2022.

7. The Bar Commission approved by consent the March 2021 new admittees.

The minute text of this and other meetings of the Bar Commission are available at the office of the executive director.

Mandatory Online Licensing

The annual online licensing renewal process will begin the week of June 7, 2021, at which time you will receive an email outlining renewal instructions. This email will be sent to your email address of record. Utah Supreme Court Rule 14-107 requires lawyers to provide their current email address to the Bar. If you need to update your email address of record, please contact onlineservices@utahbar.org.

Renewing your license online is simple and efficient, taking only about five minutes. With the online system you will be able to verify and update your unique licensure information, join sections and specialty bars, answer a few questions, and pay all fees.

No separate licensing form will be sent in the mail. You will be asked to certify that you are the licensee identified in the renewal system. Therefore, this process should only be completed by the individual licensee, not by a secretary, office manager, or other representative. Upon completion of the renewal process, you will receive a licensing confirmation email. If you do not receive the confirmation email in a timely manner, please contact licensing@utahbar.org.

License renewal and fees are due July 1 and will be late...

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