Strong & Hanni Law firm is proud and privileged to support The Utah Center for Legal Inclusion and all their efforts. The Utah Center for Legal Inclusion strives to make a positive impact within the legal field in Utah. A program that UCLI is proud to spearhead is the Utah Law Student Mentorship program. The program fosters working relationships between two practicing attorneys and a law student enrolled in a Utah law school. Currently, 30 students from both the University of Utah and Brigham Young University’s law school participate in the program, and 76 volunteer attorney mentors. The program’s main mission is to empower underrepresented students by utilizing attorneys from similar backgrounds to guide them through the journey of going from law student to practicing attorney. To date, we have had over 100 attorneys participate in the program, and through the dedication from the staff at UCLI, mentors, and students’ work we have been able to make long-lasting changes for law students in Utah.

Recently UCLI hosted a Utah Law Student Mentorship Program Etiquette Dinner. The social was an etiquette dinner, open for free to all attorneys and mentees who participate in the program. For additional information regarding their latest event click on the link below.

A special thanks to Sadé Turner and her leadership as a member of UCLI and her involvement UCLI Utah Law Student Mentorship Program.

Sadé Turner practices civil litigation. Sadé’s practice focuses primarily on family law and insurance related matters, where she represents individuals as well as their companies when they are sued.  She also represents insurers in first party lawsuits.  Sadé is a skilled and experienced trial attorney.  Follow the link below to learn more about Sadé’s practice.