To qualify for membership, you must be licensed to practice law in the state of Utah and devote less than 50% of your practice to insurance defense.
A regular member who makes financial contributions in amounts and forms to be established by the Board of Governors may become a sustaining member.
Any member may become a life member upon the approval of the Board of Governors and by paying the dues required for life membership. To be eligible for life membership, a person must be a regular member in good standing for a consecutive period of no less than five years; have made outstanding contributions to further the goals of the corporation; have attained recognition in the practice of trial law; and be committed to the values upheld by the corporation. A life member shall have the same rights and privileges as a regular member.
You may become an Associate Member of the association if your injury practices include a significant amount of defense work, as determined solely by the UAJ Board of Governors, may be accepted as non-voting allied members, with no access to the Member Area of UAJ’s website, TrialSmith or ListServ. Other restrictions may apply.
Any person who, through experience or education, is functioning as a paralegal and who assists regular members may become a paralegal member.
Any person attending law school in the state of Utah may become a student member.
*Please note that students, paralegals, retired, inactive, out-of-state, full-time judges, law professors and public service memberships will have no access to the Members Area of UAJ's website, TrialSmith, or ListServers. Other restrictions may apply.