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Welcome to the inaugural issue of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society Newsletter!

  • Did you know that the Law Society has grown to over 7500 members worldwide, with over 75 chapters worldwide, and 75 additional student chapters?
  • Did you know the Law Society maintains a Job Bank to help you search for and post career opportunities for other chapter members?
  • Did you know the Law Society's International Board has created a Women in the Law Committee to assist chapters in reaching out to women lawyers in their communities?

There is a lot going on in the Law Society these days, and we hope this newsletter connects youto that information. We are open to suggestions, articles, news, and comments!

Recent and Upcoming Chapter Activities


Looking for ideas for your next chapter activity? Check out what some other chapters have done in the past few months. Be sure to post your success stories on your chapter website so we can spotlight your chapter in our next issue!

San Diego Women in the Law - Event on Work / Life Balance for Substance Abuse Credit MCLE

Texas Dallas/Fort Worth - Check out the calendar of great ideas on their chapter website

Orange County - Religion & the Law Symposium

Los Angeles - Luncheon with Boyd J. Black, Associate General Counsel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

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Annual Fireside

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Did you miss the annual fireside with Elder Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles?

The Deseret News covered it here, and the text will be published on the Law Society website soon.


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Asia Pacific Conference July 2009

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Tasmania, Australia - the island of convict chains. Come "Down Under" this July for the Law Societys 2009 Asia Pacific Conference.

Visit the Port Arthur Historic Site for our Moot Court (the appeal trial of the estate of Korihor) and Conference Dinner. Meet with a fascinating and exceptional range of LDS and non-LDS presenters on a host of topics, including the role of religious faith, Legal Goliaths for the Church, and mental health. Click here for more information.

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Annual Law Society Conference

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Historic Boston Massachusetts and the Harvard Law School were the setting for the 2009 annual JRCLS Conference held early this February. To read presented materials click here.

It's not too early to start thinking about the annual conference coming up in Salt Lake City next year Come help us break the all-time attendance record! Click here for more information about dates and sponsoring opportunities. You can also check out pictures and stories from this year's conference.

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