Recollections – Rosemary Richardson

                  Rosemary Richardson, #84 of Utah's First 100 Women Lawyers Professional Summary: Born in Albany, California, Richardson earned her J.D. from the University of Utah in 1975.  She had “36 years of experience practicing law in transactional and litigation areas – twenty-five years as in-house counsel for … [Read more...]

Recollections – Josephine E. Kellogg Beesley

Josephine E. Kellogg Beesley, #3 of Utah's First 100 Women Lawyers Born in 1873, the territorial Utah Supreme Court Bar admitted Beesley in 1892. In 1900, an announcement in the Deseret News of her marriage to Richard H. Beesley described her as “one of Provo’s best school teachers.” The date of her death is unknown. (Recollections recognizes and celebrates Utah women lawyers.  Check back … [Read more...]

Recollections

Lucy Redd, #30 of Utah's First 100 Women Lawyers Born in 1926, Redd received her law degree from the University of Utah in 1948, and the Utah State Bar admitted her in 1949. Redd maintained a private law practice in Salt Lake City for several years. She served as Deputy to Salt Lake County Attorney, Frank E. “Ted” Moss. Redd was elected as Democratic National Committee Woman serving as … [Read more...]