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Utah Association for Justice (UAJ)

About the UAJ


  • Founded: 1965
  • Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

Mission and History

The Utah Association for Justice (UAJ) was originally established in 1973 as the Utah Trial Lawyers Association (UTLA). In 2007, the organizaton's official name was changed, corresponding with name change of the American Association for Justice (AAJ).

In 1990, the first full-time executive director was hired and an office was set up in the Law & Justice Center in Salt Lake City. Over the years, the UAJ has grown in influence and membership, expanding its advocacy efforts beyond traditional trial practice to encompass broader issues of civil rights, consumer protection, and access to justice. The UAJ strives to uphold the integrity of the civil justice system and support the practice of law in a way that benefits communities. 

Membership in the Utah Association for Justice is open to attorneys who are committed to representing plaintiffs in civil litigation. The association offers different levels of membership, each with its own set of benefits, such as access to exclusive events, specialized training, and a network of like-minded professionals. Levels of membership include Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum Eagles as well as Lifetime Members.



UAJ Board of Governors

Rick S. Lundell
Rick S. Lundell
Charles T. Conrad
Charles T. Conrad
D Russell Hymas
Draper, UT
Kevin D Swenson
St. George, UT
Rachel Louise Sykes
Salt Lake City, UT

Contact the UAJ

Utah Association for Justice (UAJ)
645 South 200 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Office: (801) 531-7514

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