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  Apr 17, 2014   |   Last update: Today @ 11:20 am

Latest News


Kogan Scholarship on Single-Sex Restrooms Quoted in Slate

A recent blog posting by Ted Trautman on Slate, “Sex-segregated restrooms: an outdated relic of Victorian paternalism,” praised a book chapter authored by University of Utah College of Law Professor Terry Kogan that appeared in the book Toilet: Public Restrooms and the Politics of Sharing.

Kogan’s contribution to that book provides history and context to the concept of segregated restrooms. As the author of the blog notes, Massachusetts passed the first law mandating gender-segregated restrooms in 1887, and many other states quickly followed suit.  As the author of the blog observes, “much of the United States’ toilet-related building codes reflect a literally Victorian prudishness that we might mock in other contexts.”

To read Trautman’s Slate blog posting, including additional references to Kogan’s book chapter, click here. 

Recent News


Craig Interviewed in Huffington Post Story about Upcoming Supreme Court Decision

Robin  Craig, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, was interviewed in an April 16 story on the Huffington Post.

The story  is about the U.S. Supreme Court’s upcoming decision in CTS Corp. v. Waldburger, a case that the author points out may have significant implications for corporate America. 

The case turns on an … Read More »

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Projects & Centers

The Delay of ICD-10


by Leslie Francis, reprinted from HealthLawProf Blog
As part of the “Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014,” Congress provided that DHHS may not set ICD-10 as the code standard before October 15, 2015.  October 15, 2014 had been the day set by DHHS for ICD-10 implementation.  For health care systems that have invested a great deal in being ready for the shift from ICD-9 to ICD-10 in 2014, the delay is likely to be a costly one.  Estimates range as high as $6.6 billion. 
"ICD" stands for the "International Classification of Diseases"; a common classification system enables standardized billing, care comparisons, ... Read More »

Student News

Fisher Publishes SL Trib Letter on Racism in School Suspension Data


On April 5, 2L Jade Fisher, a student in the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law’s Public Policy Clinic, published a letter in The Salt Lake Tribune. Her letter, titled “Racism is apparent in school suspension data,” dealt with data that suggests minority students are disproportionately disciplined in schools.
 To read the letter, click here. 

Around the College

Extended Hours for Reading & Finals Weeks

The library has extended hours for reading and finals weeks running April 16 through May 1.  During that time, hours on Mon.-Fri. will be 7am-10pm, Sat. 9am-5pm, and Sun. Noon-10pm.  The hours and information about reference service are posted in the web page at http://www.law.utah.edu/library/library-hours/.  We wish you all the best on finals!