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Shelle Riley

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Salt Lake City  Randall John Reinker

Randall Reinker

Saint Louis, MO Litigation
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Salt Lake City  Grant Kaplan

Grant Kaplan

Boca Raton, FL Immigration
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Salt Lake City  Jeffrey Myles Seiple

Jeffrey Seiple

La Mesa, CA Real Estate
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Salt Lake City  Jeremy Bueker

Jeremy Bueker

Stuttgart, AR Bankruptcy / Chapter 13
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Salt Lake City  Christina Anne Ciceron

Christina Ciceron

La Mesa, CA Real Estate
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We have worked with Steve Ross on numerous occasions and he was a pleasure to work with. He handled multiple... more
Salt Lake City  Steven Paul Ross

Steven Ross

Hackensack, NJ Real Estate
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Salt Lake City  Laurie A Amell

Laurie Amell

Potomac, MD Medical Malpractice
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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.