Kathryn A. Sticklen, #119 of Utah’s First 100 Women Lawyers

Kathryn A. Sticklen, #119 of Utah's First 100 Women Lawyers Sticklen was born and raised in Salt Lake City, received her law degree from the University of Utah in 1976, and was admitted to practice in Utah and Idaho. Sticklen then moved to Boise, where she engaged in general civil practice, on her own and with large and small firms. She then served as a Deputy Attorney General for the State of … [Read more...]

Irene Warr, #38 of Utah’s First 100 Women Lawyers

Warr, a native of Erda, Tooele County, Utah, worked as a legal secretary for the State Tax Commission of Utah after graduating from Tooele High School and prior to enrolling in Westminster College in l950, when she also began working in the law office of the late Dan B. Shields. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in l954, cum laude in biology, chemistry and pre-med, and then entered the … [Read more...]

Special Projects Committee Joins Latinos in Action Event

On April 27, 2017, Special Project Committee member Julie Nelson taught a workshop about the ACT to a group of Latino high school students at a Latinos in Action event at the University of Utah. Latinos in Action is an organization that serves over 100 schools in the western United States, 25 of which are in Utah.  It has a variety of year-round programs that are dedicated to helping Latino youth … [Read more...]