JRCLS Annual Conference
“Lift Where you Stand”
JRCLS 2018 Annual Conference
Salt Lake City & Provo, Utah
February 15-17, 2018
Please join us for three days of inspiration, networking and CLE with fellow attorneys, law students, judges and special guests from around the world at the JRCLS 2018 Annual Conference. Online registration is now closed. A small number of walk-up registration spots will be available on-site during the conference.
Venues, Speakers and Activities
The Conference will be co-hosted by Brigham Young University and the University of Utah. Sessions will be held at BYU, the University of Utah Institute of Religion, the Tabernacle on Temple Square, and the LDS Conference Center. We are thrilled to announce that Elder Quentin L. Cook will speak on the evening of Friday, February 16 in the historic Salt Lake Tabernacle.
Attendees can look forward to a program full of outstanding speakers, including:
- Liz Wiseman, President of the Wiseman Group, Author of Multipliers
- Thomas Lee, Associate Chief Justice, Utah Supreme Court
- Spencer Cox, Utah Lieutenant Governor
- Hannah Smith,Senior Fellow, The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty
- Jim Ferrell, Managing Partner, The Arbinger Institute, Author of The Peacegiver and Leadership & Self-Deception
- Richard Turley, Managing Director, LDS Public Affairs
- Kristin Waggoner, Senior Vice President, Alliance Defending Freedom
The current schedule can be found here: http://www.jrcls.org/annual_conf/conf.php#schedule
Interested attendees can also tour the UVU Roots of Knowledge window exhibit, get together for networking meals, and go night skiing at Snowbird.
JRCLS has arranged a block of discounted hotels rooms for conference attendees, available for a limited time. Use the links below to make a reservation at the discounted rate
Salt Lake City Center Marriott($169/night until January 25): Book SLC City Center Marriott (JRCLS 2018 Annual Conference)
Marriott University Park ($127/night until January 25): Book SLC University Park Marriott (JRCLS 2018 Annual Conference)
JRCLS appreciates the sponsorship of its members, which helps make Annual Conferences possible and funds travel for some of our International members. If your firm would like to consider sponsoring the Conference, details on sponsorship levels and benefits can be found here: http://www.jrcls.org/annual_conf/conf.php#sponsoring
We’d love to hear from you
During the registration process, you’ll be asked (1) how the Law Society can better assist you and your Chapter in areas such as chapter finance, pro bono service and defending religious liberty, and (2) whether you’d be willing to share experiences or ideas from your own Chapter with members in other Chapters. We hope you’ll use this opportunity to expand our ability to serve and strengthen each other as JRCLS members.
We look forward to seeing you in February!