Utah State Bar History & Purpose - Established in 1931 the Utah State Bar regulates the practice of law while serving the public and Bar members in the creation of a justice system that is understood, valued, respected and accessible to all.
Find a Lawyer
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Services and programs
Consumer Assistance Program
The Consumer Assistance Program (CAP) is unique among the Utah State Bar programs in that it provides fairly quick and non-invasive assistance to both consumers and attorneys involved in minor conflict with each other. The CAP is designed to help the public resolve conflicts they have with their attorneys that do not rise to the level of an ethical complaint. More>>
Fee Dispute Resolution Service -The Utah State Bar maintains a Fee Arbitration Committee for the purpose of providing a procedure to arbitrate fee disputes between clients and their attorneys practicing in the State of Utah. Providing dispute resolution concerning fees between clients and their Utah attorneys.
Pro Bono Program
The goal of the Pro Bono Project is to recruit, train, retain and reward attorneys for their pro bono efforts. The Utah State Bar encourages Utah attorneys to support civil legal services organizations and provide pro bono representation as part of their professional responsibility to provide legal services to those unable to pay.
The Utah State Bar’s Pro Bono Project does not place cases for individuals. The Utah State Bar does offer guidance to individuals seeking legal assistance. More>>
Practice of Law - Contains Utah Supreme Court Rule
of Professional Practice 14-802 (Authorization to Practice Law)
as well as Utah Rule of Small Claims Procedure 13 addressing who
can represent an entity and the form and process for submitting
a UPL complaint to the Bar.
LegalCenter - A legal resource for Utah consumers, packed with legal tips for finding
and hiring a lawyer. Additionally, you'll have access to over 3200
articles in our extensive Law
Library. A wide range of topics covered
in easy to digest general terms that can give you guidance in determining
what area of law your legal issue should be addressed.
Self Help Resources - A list of helpful law related websites.
Useful Information - A collection of sites and resources dealing with government
services, the courts, consumer legal education, and legal research.
Utah Legal Resource Guide - Brochure includes pro bono agencies,
free legal clinics and government agencies
Night Bar & Other Free Legal Clinics - Listing
of legal clinics statewide.
State Courts Self-Help Resources -
These pages provide general information about representing yourself in Utah's courts, sources of free and low-cost legal help, links to Utah statutes and court rules, and court forms.
State Courts Public Access Classes - Covering topics such as Small Claims Court Basics; How to Represent Yourself in Court; Landlord Tenant Basics, and Guardianships of a Minor Basics. These classes are provided to help the public understand the court systems and how to create solutions. Class sizes are limited so act quickly.
Utah State Bar Frequently Asked Questions - Answering general questions on admissions, licensing of attorneys , lawyer discipline, and Bar public service programs.