1 UTAH STATE BAR 205 Summer Convention Returns to Sun Valley, Idaho! July 29 August Sports, Recreation & Family Fun Family Carnival & Movie Networking Opportunities Earn up to 6 hours CLE Credit* *Including up to 2 hours Professionalism/Civility, up to 2 hours Ethics, up to 4 hours Self-Study and 3 hours for the Utah State Bar Film Presentation. (Subject to change.)
2 Wednesday, July 29 CLE Program Schedule 2 5:30 6:00 pm NEW FIRST TIMERS RECEPTION Sun Valley Lodge, Sun Room Terrace: A reception for first time attendees and those who have not been to Sun Valley for a few years. 6:00 8:00 pm OPENING RECEPTION & REGISTRATION Sun Valley Lodge, Sun Room Terrace Sponsored by: Parsons Behle & Latimer Jones, Waldo, Holbrook & McDonough Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman, PLLC 7:00 9:00 pm FREE ICE SKATING Compliments of the Utah State Bar 8:00 0:00 pm NEW AFTER HOURS GATHERING: Lodge Terrace (Cash Bar). Event arranged by the YLD. Thursday, July 30 7:30 8:00 am NEW FIRST TIMERS WELCOME Inn Boardroom: For first time attendees and those who have not been to Sun Valley for a few years. Grab a plate in the Continental Room (Registration) and join us for information on what s going on in Sun Valley. 7:30 8:30 am REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 8:30 9:00 am WELCOME & BUSINESS REPORTS Welcome & Opening Remarks: Co-Chairs, 205 Summer Convention Hon. Dee V. Benson & Hon. Paul M. Warner Report on the Utah State Bar: James D. Gilson, President, Utah State Bar Report on the Law Schools: Dean James R. Rasband BYU Law School LIMELIGHT B Dean Robert W. Adler S.J. Quinney College of Law 9:00 0:00 am KEYNOTE ADDRESS JUSTICE ANTHONY M. KENNEDY ALL AUDIENCES WELCOME Hon. Anthony M. Kennedy, Associate Justice, US Supreme Court was born in Sacramento, California, July 23, 936. He married Mary Davis and has three children. He received his B.A. from Stanford University and the London School of Economics, and his LL.B. from Harvard Law School. He was in private practice in San Francisco, California from , as well as in Sacramento, California from From 965 to 988, he was a Professor of Constitutional Law at the McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific. He has served in numerous positions during his career, including a member of the California Army National Guard in 96, the board of the Federal Judicial Center from , and two committees of the Judicial Conference of the United States: the Advisory Panel on Financial Disclosure Reports and Judicial Activities, subsequently renamed the Advisory Committee on Codes of Conduct, from , and the Committee on Pacific Territories from , which he chaired from He was appointed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in 975. President Reagan nominated him as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, and he took his seat February 8, :00 0:5 am REFRESHMENT BREAK Sponsored by: DeBry & Associates Kipp & Christian Manning Curtis Bradshaw & Bednar Session A TECHNOLOGY B GENERAL I C GENERAL II D TRANSACTIONAL E LITIGATION CAMAS LUPINE LIMELIGHT A LIMELIGHT C LIMELIGHT B 0:5 :5 am The Erasable Internet Randy L. Dryer Parsons Behle & Latimer Professor of Law (Lecturer), S.J. Quinney College of Law ETHICS Death, Disaster and Retirement: What Happens When its Time Benson L. Hathaway Kirton & McConkie Practice Pointers for In-House Counsel Jonathan Johnson Chairman of the Board, Overstock.com Unfair Deceptive Abusive Acts or Practices Larry R. Dingavan Zions Bancorporation Anthony C. Kaye Ballard Spahr LLP Steven D. Burt Ballard Spahr LLP Human Sex Trafficking in Utah Utah Attorney General Sean D. Reyes Gregory N. Ferbrache Division Director, Justice Division, Utah Attorney General s Office Leo Lucey Chief of Investigations, Utah Attorney General s Office :5 :30 am REFRESHMENT BREAK Sponsored by: Callister Nebeker & McCullough Durham, Jones & Pinegar Richards Brandt Miller & Nelson
3 Thursday, July 30 continued 3 Session 2 F TECHNOLOGY G GENERAL I H GENERAL II I TRANSACTIONAL J LITIGATION CAMAS LUPINE LIMELIGHT A LIMELIGHT C LIMELIGHT B :30 am 2:30 pm Cyber Security for Lawyers Christopher W. Droubay Snow Christensen & Martineau Civil Unrest & Law Enforcement: Mental Health, Body Cameras, and Community Outreach R. Blake Hamilton Durham Jones & Pinegar :00 2 CLE VIDEO REPLAY (Optional Credit) (Self-Study) 3:00 pm s MUST BE PRESENT 60 in 60: 60 Substative Issues that Could Come Up in Your Next Mediation and What to Know About Them Ben W. Lieberman Law Office of Ben W. Lieberman Lawyers in the Boardroom: When Lawyers Serve on the Board of Their Clients Brian A. Lebrecht Clyde Snow & Sessions Regan Guth Diversified Insurance Group Robert C. Gross Recent Changes to the Civil and Appellate Rules That You Need to Know Hon. Barry G. Lawrence Third District Court Hon. Kate A. Toomey Utah Court of Appeals Troy L. Booher Zimmerman Jones Booher LLC :30 4:30 pm SHOOTING INSTRUCTION AND BEGINNERS LUCK SHOOTING TOURNAMENT: 2 years and up. Sun Valley will rent you a shotgun, show you how to handle it safely and how to break trap targets. 20 gauge shotguns available for smaller shooters. Shooters must have eye protection. Ear plugs available at gun club. Safe, fun family activity. You can t do this in Utah! Each target broken during the tournament earns one ticket for a prize drawing. Prices: $25 (Sun Valley provides gun & shells) / $85 (You provide gun & shells) 3:00 4:30 pm LAW SCHOOL RECEPTIONS: S.J. Quinney College of Law Opera House Lawn BYU Law School Duck Pond Island. 6:00 8:00 pm FAMILY PICNIC: TRAIL CREEK GROUNDS. Located next to Trail Creek Cabin, just over the bridge that spans the cabin s namesake. Enjoy a leisurely stroll/bike ride up the paved trail. 7:30 9:00 pm NEW AFTER HOURS SOCIAL: Guest Cottage. Sponsored by the Utah State Bar. 8:30 pm FAMILY MOVIE: Monsters University (Rated G ) Opera House Friday, July 3 8:00 8:30 am REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST Sponsored by: Babcock, Scott & Babcock Ballard Spahr LLP Fabian & Clendenin Van Cott Bagley Cornwall & McCarthy 8:30 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Dr. Robert Gillies State Climatologist, Utah; Professor of Climate 9:30 pm in Plants, Soils and Climate, Utah State University; Director, Utah Climate Center Water Issues in the West LIMELIGHT B ALL AUDIENCES WELCOME 9:30 0:00 am BUSINESS REPORTS Report on the State Judiciary: Justice Thomas R. Lee Utah Supreme Court Report on the Federal Judiciary: Chief Judge David Nuffer U.S. District Court, District of Utah Dr. Robert Gillies grew up in Scotland. He received his masters in geography from the University of Glasgow, and studied meteorology at the Pennsylvania State University. He was a research associate at Penn State while working on a PhD in meteorology and remote sensing from the University of Newcastle. Dr. Gillies joined the faculty of Utah State University in 996 with a joint appointment in the departments of Geography and Earth Resources and Plants, Soils and Biometeorology. In 2006, Dr. Gillies became the director of the Utah Climate Center, where he set a new course for the center by making the center s databases of Utah climate information accessible on-line. Dr. Gillies is an author or co-author of dozens of refereed journal articles and official reports. He has conducted numerous presentations within the State of Utah, as well as at national and international venues in the science behind inversion prediction, climate precipitation cycles (particularly for the Intermountain West) and, global climate change. AWARDS & SWEARING IN OF NEW BAR PRESIDENT/COMMISSIONERS Presentation of Annual Awards James D. Gilson, President, Utah State Bar Judge of the Year Distinguished Lawyer Distinguished Section & Committee Lifetime Service Award Swearing in of New Bar President/Commissioners Justice Thomas R. Lee, Utah Supreme Court 0:00 0:5 am REFRESHMENT BREAK Sponsored by: Clyde Snow & Sessions Parr Brown Gee & Loveless Ray Quinney & Nebeker Thorpe, North & Western
4 Friday, July 3 continued 4 Session 3 K TECHNOLOGY L GENERAL I M GENERAL II N TRANSACTIONAL O LITIGATION CAMAS LIMELIGHT A LIMELIGHT B LUPINE LIMELIGHT C 0:5 :5 am Software Lic./Services in the Cloud Jon. C. Christiansen TechLaw Ventures, PLLC :5 :30 am REFRESHMENT BREAK Sponsored by: Christensen & Jensen Kirton & McConkie Snow Christensen & Martineau Emerging Legal Issues in Telemedicine Practice Nathan R. White Strong & Hanni Poetry, The Law and Professionalism Hon. Thomas L. Kay 2nd Judicial District Court PROF/CIV Inside Tips for Non-bankruptcy Lawyers & Why You Shouldn t Forget about Bankrupcy in Your Practice Hon. R. Kimball Mosier U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Utah District U.S. Bankruptcy Court Law Clerks: John Straley, Ellen Ostrow & Ross Rankin Water Issues in the West Prof. Robert Gillies Utah State University Judging our Judges: On Activism, Conservatism, Liberalism and Textualism Justice Thomas R. Lee Utah Supreme Court Piercing the Veil & Alter Ego Liability for Corporations and LLCs in Utah Michael A. Gehret Snell & Wilmer Jared C. Fields Snell & Wilmer Immigration and Business Timothy M. Wheelright Durham Jones & Pinegar Effective Oral Advocacy; Setting the Stage in Opening Statements Gregory G. Skordas Skordas Caston & Hyde Rebecca Hyde Skordas Skordas Caston & Hyde Dale B. Kimsey Dale B. Kimsey, PC Session 4 P TECHNOLOGY Q GENERAL I R GENERAL II S TRANSACTIONAL T LITIGATION CAMAS LIMELIGHT A LIMELIGHT B LUPINE LIMELIGHT C :30 am 2:30 pm :00 2 CLE VIDEO REPLAY (Optional Credit) (Self-Study) 3:00 pm s MUST BE PRESENT HR. ETHICS & HR. PROF/CIV :30 pm 27th ANNUAL PRESIDENT S CUP GOLF TOURNAMENT: Sun Valley Resort Golf Course; $75 per player. Four-person scramble for men, women and couples. (shotgun) :30 pm TENNIS TOURNAMENT: Sun Valley Tennis Courts: $65 per player. Doubles mixer played in round-robin format. Attorneys, friends and family members are invited to participate. :30 4:30 pm TRAP SHOOT: Trap Shooting Tournament: 50 Targets: $25 (Sun Valley provides gun & shells) $85 (You provide gun & shells) Sporting Clays Tournament: 50 Targets: $25 (You provide gun & shells) 3 s Deposition Practice Gabriel K. White Christensen & Jensen Patrick C. Burt Kipp & Christian 5:30 pm NEW JUDGES & LAWYERS MIXER Sun Valley Inn Patio: Sponsored by Utah Minority Bar Association, Women Lawyers of Utah, Young Lawyers Division, LGBT & Allied Lawyers of Utah. 6:30 9:30* pm UTAH STATE BAR FILM PRESENTATION: Judgment at Nuremberg (86 minutes) German Judges are tried for Nazi war crimes. An all star cast of Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster, Richard Widmark, Marlene Dietrich, Maximilian Schell, Judy Garland, and Montgomery Clift Panel: Hon. Leslie A Lewis Moderator and Program Chair. Phil Fishler Strong & Hanni, Alain Balmanno Office of Alain Balmanno *End time dependent on length of panel discussion and film. 6:30 9:30* pm NEW AFTER HOURS NETWORKING & SOCIAL: Whiskey Jacques, 25 N Main St, Ketchum, (On-your-own drinks & dinner.) Indoor & outdoor dining. Event arranged by the YLD. 205 Summer Convention Exhibitors AON Attorneys Advantage Blomquist Hale Consulting Lawyers Assistance Program BYU Law School Casemaker Decipher Forensics FindLaw/Super Lawyers Green Filing Internet Ned Insurance Lawyers Helping Lawyers Lawyers Insurance Alliance MERCER National Affinity Services Sage Forensic Accounting, Inc. Tybera Utah Bar Foundation Zions Bank Exchange Services
5 Saturday, August 7:00 am FUN RUN: Sun Valley Golf Course Pro Shop; $30; 3-mile course. Open to all ages. Entry fee includes beverages and prizes. 8:00 8:30 am REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST Sponsored by: Stoel Rives TraskBritt Williams & Hunt 8:30 8:45 am Report on the Utah Bar Foundation: Board of Director Utah Bar Foundation 8:45 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Prof. Thomas A. Lund S.J. Quinney College of Law 9:45 am Magna Carta: The Rule of Law in Early Common Law Litigation LIMELIGHT B ALL AUDIENCES WELCOME 9:45 0:00 am REFRESHMENT BREAK Sponsored by: Cohne Kinghorn Holland & Hart Randy S. Kester Workman Nydegger Sea Change or Status Quo? The Impact of the Upcoming FRCP Changes on Litigation and Discovery Practice Hon. David Nuffer U.S. Federal District Court Robert O. Rice Ray Quinney & Nebeker Philip Favro Sr. Discovery Counsel, Recommind Inc. :00 :5 am REFRESHMENT BREAK Sponsored by: Prince, Yeates & Geldzahler Snell & Wilmer Strong & Hanni Intellectual Property for Non-IP Attorneys Grant R. Clayton Clayton Howarth & Cannon David P. Johnson Workman Nydegger Timothy D. Nichols Workman Nydegger 2:5 pm CONCLUSION OF CONVENTION An Idea Whose Time Has Come, or (Long) Gone? Utah s Transfer of Public Lands Act Professor Robert Keiter S.J. Quinney College of Law Anthony Rampton Assistant Utah Attorney General Professor John Freemuth Boise State University Stephen Bloch Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance W. Cullen Battle Fabian Clendenin Employment Law Compliance/ Point and Counterpoint Jaqualin Friend Peterson Peck Peterson Christina M. Jepson Parson Behle & Latimer Thomas Lund, a Professor of Law at the S. J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah, was educated at Horace Mann School, Harvard College, Columbia Law School, and Oxford University. An Environmental Affairs review of Lund s 980 book American Wildlife Law described him as probably the leading authority on the history of wildlife law. Lund has written about medieval law for many years. His varied approach includes a beginner s guide to the medieval Year Book reports, The Modern Mind of the Medieval Lawyer, an exhortation that a fourteenth century Chief Justice be exhumed for educational purposes, Medieval Law Should Be Taught, and a comical self-portrait disguised as a bogus memoir, Confessions of a Medieval Jewish Lawyer. Lund s book The Creation of the Common Law: The Medieval Year Books Deciphered was published this year. Stephen Presser, Raoul Berger Professor of Legal History at Northwestern, has written This amazing and delightful book will be of profound interest to anyone who has ever believed that the rule of law is about more than the arbitrary machinations of politicians. Simply stated, Thomas Lund has given us one of the most important works on law in this generation. Session 5 U TECHNOLOGY V GENERAL I W GENERAL II X TRANSACTIONAL Y LITIGATION LIMELIGHT B CAMAS LIMELIGHT A LUPINE LIMELIGHT C 0:00 :00 am Triumvirate: Interplay Between Prot. Orders, Divorce/Custody & Criminal Cases John W. Anderson Anderson Hinkins Using The Legislature to Solve Litigation Dilemmas (or we know the legislative process is frustrating but politicians can be useful) Frank R. Pignanelli Foxley & Pignanelli Douglas S. Foxley Foxley & Pignanelli Stephen D. Foxley Foxley & Pignanelli Bruce R. Baird Bruce R. Baird, PC Estate Planning Jonathan H. Hoagland Durham Jones & Pinegar Douglas K. Cummings Callister Nebeker & McCullough Best Practices: Tax Provisions of Operating Agreements Mark L. Astling Durham Jones & Pinegar First Bite at the $0,000 Small Claims Apple in Justice Court The Ordinary and the Extraordinary Judge Ronald Wolthuis Midvale Justice Court Judge Augustus Chin Holladay Justice Court Session 6 Z TECHNOLOGY AA GENERAL I BB GENERAL II CC TRANSAC. DD LITIGATION LUPINE CAMAS LIMELIGHT C LIMELIGHT A LIMELIGHT B :5 am 2:5 pm The Judicial Perspective on Litigation: What Works and What Doesn t Hon Barry G. Lawrence 3rd Dist. Court Hon. Michele M. Christiansen Utah Court of Appeals Hon. Thomas L. Kay 2nd Judicial District Court Moderator: Heather L. Thuet Christensen & Jensen 7:00 pm ICE SHOW & BUFFET: Tickets can be purchased by calling Sun Valley at (208) Tickets will also be available at the Opening Reception on Wednesday, July 29, 6:00 8:00 pm. The 205 Summer Convention Committee: Hon. Dee V. Benson Co-Chair, Hon. Paul M. Warner Co-Chair, Doug Adair, John Anderson, Ken Ashton, Mark Astling, Darwin Bingham, Christina Cope, Brad DeHaan, Paula Faerber, Jonathan Hafen, Andrew Howell, Christina Jepson, Scott Jensen, Dave Johnson, Casey Jones, Katherine Judd, Dale Kimsey, Ben Lieberman, Richard Montierth, Chris Parker, Bridget Romano, Penniann Schuman, Heather Thuet, Nate White, Kyle Witherspoon, Scott Young 5
6 205 Summer Convention Sponsors Babcock, Scott & Babcock Ballard Spahr LLP Callister Nebeker & McCullough Christensen & Jensen Clyde Snow & Sessions Cohne Kinghorn DeBry & Associates Durham, Jones & Pinegar Fabian & Clendenin Holland & Hart Jones, Waldo, Holbrook & McDonough Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman, PLLC Kipp & Christian Kirton & McConkie LGBT & Allied Lawyers of Utah Manning Curtis Bradshaw & Bednar Parr Brown Gee & Loveless Parsons Behle & Latimer Prince, Yeates & Geldzahler Randy S. Kester Ray, Quinney & Nebeker Richards Brandt Miller & Nelson Snell & Wilmer Snow Christensen & Martineau Stoel Rives Strong & Hanni Thorpe, North & Western TraskBritt Utah Minority Bar Association Van Cott Bagley Cornwall & McCarthy Williams & Hunt Women Lawyers of Utah Workman Nydegger Young Lawyers Division 6 General Information Registration Desk: Sun Valley Inn, Continental Room. Badges: Your badge is your admission to all CLE Sessions, Opening Reception, Friday Evening Social and refreshment breaks. Spouses/Partners must register and wear a badge to attend meetings. Special Accommodations: If, under the Americans with Disabilities Act, you require special accommodations, please contact Richard Dibblee at (80) , at least one week prior to the Convention. Child Care: Babysitters are available for hire through the Concierge Desk (x2097) at $7 per hour. PlaySchool has half day and full day programs for children from 3 months to 5 years of age. Activities include ice skating, story telling, walks, arts and crafts, and more. Half day from 9:00 am :00 pm or noon 4:00 pm, $75; full day is $99. Lunch is available for $0. Adventure Camp, for kids 6 2, is available at $99 for a full day plus $0 for lunch. Evening childcare can be arranged for around $7 per child for basic care, plus additional charges depending on activities. Mandatory CLE: The Utah MCLE Board has approved the 205 Summer Convention for up to 6 hours of CLE credit, including up to 2 hours of Ethics, up to 2 hours Professionalism/Civility, 3 hours for the Utah State Bar film presentation, and up to 4 hours self-study credit for video replay. To ensure that you receive Utah MCLE credit, check in at the Registration Desk. Refund Policy: Full refund for cancellations received by Friday, July 0, 205. Requests received after that date, but before Friday, July 7, are subject to a $50 service fee. No refunds after Friday, July 7. Cancellations must be made in writing. If you have questions please contact Richard Dibblee, (80) Stay Connected: Free WiFi is available courtesy of the Utah State Bar. Utah State Bar Summer Convention App for 205! New this year! The Utah State Bar has gone completely green by introducing an Event App for all Bar conventions. The Summer Convention NEW 5 app will be released on July 5th, 205. This app will be available for both Android and Apple users in their respective app stores. A web app will also be released that will provide all the app functionality for Microsoft and Blackberry phone users. App Support When You Need It: App assistance will be available at the registration desk during convention hours. You can also watch a brief YouTube video overview of the app in action by visiting https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cg2_lanvim4. Use of the app is completely optional. If you choose not to use the app you can find static versions of the information on the companion website located at summerconvention.utahbar.org. Hotel/Condo Accommodations Sun Valley Resort Rooms have been blocked at Sun Valley Resort for Utah State Bar members. Please call (800) for reservations and indicate you are with the Utah State Bar. Additional Housing Options all housing options are on a first come first served basis. Please indicate you are with the Utah State Bar when calling. CONDOMINIUM ACCOMMODATIONS Aston Hotels & Resorts Sun Valley (800) , (208) ; (20% discount) Resort Qwest Sun Valley (800) , (208) (Barb Wedman); (5% discount) HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Best Western Kentwood Lodge, Ketchum: (800) , (208) Clarion Inn, Ketchum: (208) ; ($29/night) Knob Hill Inn, Ketchum: (800) , (208) ; ($275/night) www. knobhillinn.com New Villagers (located west of Sun Valley Lodge/Inn): Bill/ Laine Hubbard, (208) ; (208) (Bill s cell); (208) (Laine s cell); 2 bdrm $250/night; 3 bdrm $325/night; 4 bdrm $375/night. For additional help in finding accommodations, contact High Country Property Rentals at (800) , or the Sun Valley Ketchum Chamber and Visitor s Bureau at (800) ALL AUDIENCES WELCOME: Join these specially marked breakouts designed for attorneys & non-attorney audiences. Local Recreation For detailed information, please call the Sun Valley Recreation Office at (208) Bicycling: Bicycle paths galore will take you to the lake for a picnic, the town of Ketchum, the Hemingway Memorial or to other recreation activities. Pete Lanes, located in the Sun Valley Mall, offers a wide variety of bikes to choose from. Bowling & Arcade: Six lanes, video games, a pool table and a 50 s style juke box all add to the atmosphere of one of the oldest bowling alleys in the Pacific Northwest. Located in the basement of the Sun Valley Lodge. Open 4:00 0:00 p.m. Fishing: Many streams, creeks and lakes, all within a 30 mile radius, including famed Silver Creek, offer fabulous fly fishing. Trail Creek empties into Sun Valley Lake where even the youngest fisherman can try his or her luck. Licenses and rental equipment, as well as tours, are available at Sturtevants of Sun Valley, 25 Picabo St, Ketchum, ID Ice Skating: Visit the Sun Valley Lodge terrace to watch the skaters twirl around the rink or rent a pair of skates and rub elbows with Olympic Gold Medalists perfecting their routines for the Sun Valley Ice Show. Private and group lessons available. Sun Valley Lake: located within walking distance of the Sun Valley Resort, the lake is equipped with paddle boats. Enjoy horseshoes, volleyball and the picnic area.
7 205 Summer Convention Registration Form Cut along dotted line 7 Registration Instructions: Please use one form per registrant. Indicate the number of persons who will participate and the total dollar amount for each item. Registration and activity fees must be returned to the Bar Offices on or before July 5 to avoid late fees. Reservations will then be accepted on a space available basis only. Fees include MCLE fees, admission to CLE sessions, materials, Opening Reception, and refreshment breaks. For Refund Policy refer to Page 6. Attendee Information Name: Bar Number: Spouse/Partner (if registered): First Time Attendee? o Yes (If yes, see page 2; 5:30 6:00 pm) Street Address: City: State: Zip: Office Telephone: Address: Early Registration: (on or before $ = $ Late Registration: (after $ = $ Paralegal Division Members: (on or before $ = $ Late Paralegal Division Members: (after $ = $ Other Paralegals: (on or before $ = $ Late Other Paralegals: (after $ = $ Young Lawyers Division: (on or before $ = $ Late Young Lawyers Division: (after $ = $ Non-Lawyer $75.00 = $ (admission to CLE sessions, Opening Reception, & refreshment breaks.) Opening N/C Family BBQ, Carnival & Movie: Child (age 5 $8.00 = $ Adult (age 2 and $30.00 = $ Tennis $65.00 = $ Player: Beg / Int / Adv Player: Beg / Int / Adv 27th Annual President s Cup Golf $75.00 = $ Foursome Players: ONLY PAID ENTRIES SIGN UP NO LATER THAN 7/0. PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER PLAYERS WHO HAVE NOT PAID. Trap Shoot: gun/shells $25.00 = $ you provide $85.00 = $ Sporting Clays: you provide = $ Shooting Instruction and Beginners Luck Shooting Tournament gun/shells $25.00 = $ you provide $85.00 = $ Friday night Judges and Lawyers N/C Fun $30.00 = $ TOTAL = $ Two Ways to Register: BY MAIL: Fill out the registration form, detach, fold, seal edges with tape and return with your check made payable to the UTAH STATE BAR to the address on back. ONLINE: Visit https://services.utahbar.org to register and pay online.
8 Place Postage Stamp Here Utah State Bar 205 Summer Convention 645 South 200 East Salt Lake City, UT 84 Please seal edges with tape only!