Salt Lake City Attorneys

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This review is based on my interactions with Chris and Chris only. Without mentioning names, I almost... more
Salt Lake City  Christopher Ross Barrus

Christopher Barrus

Salt Lake City, UT Personal Injury
Avvo rating 7.0
Dain is the BEST!!! I had recently used another attorney for a different matter, and was less than... more
Salt Lake City  Dain Smoland

Dain Smoland

Salt Lake City, UT Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.6
After a very rough split up from my wife of 10 years, I turned to Brian Arnold to help me take control of my... more
Salt Lake City  Brian Elliott Arnold

Brian Arnold

Salt Lake City, UT Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
I can only give Jon my highest praise, Jon took care of my family's legal matters in a very clear,... more
Salt Lake City  Jonathan G Miller

Jonathan Miller

Salt Lake City, UT Estate Planning
Avvo rating 8.0
Ben was the complete package when I got divorced. He was compassionate, intelligent and a strong advocate.... more
Salt Lake City  Benjamin Buck Grindstaff

Benjamin Grindstaff

Salt Lake City, UT Family
Avvo rating 7.3
Josh was great! When I called to inquire about his services, he drove to my house that day to discuss my case.... more
Salt Lake City  Joshua Todd Covey

Joshua Covey

Salt Lake City, UT DUI & DWI
Avvo rating 8.0
Charles wasn't only very responsive, trustworthy and knowledgeable. He was very personable and really cared... more
Salt Lake City  Charles L Perschon

Charles Perschon

Salt Lake City, UT Appeals
Avvo rating 9.4
Kyler was super easy to talk and relate to. I am out of town and all business was conducted via long distance... more
Salt Lake City  Kyler E. Ovard

Kyler Ovard

Salt Lake City, UT Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.3


practicing lawyers in Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City's founding differed from nearly all other western cities, in that it was not founded by a group of unassociated individuals. Instead, an organized group of Mormons founded the city with the goal of establishing a self-sufficient city in the wilderness. For almost a generation, Salt Lake City was just that.

However, the completion of a transcontinental railroad in 1869 changed the isolated nature of the area, and Salt Lake City increasingly became a reflection of the nation as a whole. While the Mormon church remains a major factor in Salt Lake City today, less than half of the population identify as Mormons.