PLEASE NOTE: The UCLI screening and panel discussion of Just Mercy scheduled for Thursday, March 19 has been cancelled.
UCLI has been thrilled to provide this opportunity to members of our legal profession and students at our local schools, and we are deeply grateful for the outpouring of interest in this event. However, preserving the health and safety of our attendees is, without question, our number one priority. It is for this reason that we have come to the difficult decision to cancel/postpone this event until further notice in accordance with the CDC’s recommendation to avoid large gatherings.
If you are a paid registrant, the Utah State Bar will process your refund. The Bar is currently overwhelmed with processing cancellations for other events, so please allow them some time to complete the refunds. We will let you know when it is determined as appropriate to have a similar event in the future.
UCLI appreciates your understanding and support at this time. We are strongly committed to continuing to serve as a diversity and inclusion resource for Utah’s legal community and to offering other quality opportunities in the future.
The newly released film chronicling the life and work of Bryan Stevenson
This Dinner-and-a-Movie event will be followed by
a panel discussion featuring:
Executive Director, Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
Executive Director, Rocky Mountain Innocence Center
Director, University of Utah Tanner Humanities Center
165 S. Rio Grande Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Cost: $50 – Includes film ticket, dinner, and CLE Credit
Guests $30 – Includes film ticket, dinner (limited to one guest per registrant)
2 hours regular CLE Credit and 1 hour Professionalism & Civility CLE Credit (Pending Approval)