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Lauren is AV rated by Martindale Hubble and a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the American Academy of Assisted Reproductive Technology Lawyers. In 2013, the readers of the Catalyst magazine named Lauren one of Utah’s “Catalyst 100,” as a catalyst within our community. Also in 2013, the Community Foundation of Utah selected her as one of its “Enlightened 50” individuals who are “making a real difference in the lives of Utahns through innovation, collaboration and commitment to the common good.” Ms. Barros received the award of "Distinguished Family Law Practitioner" in 2005-2006 from the Utah State Bar and a "Most Fabulous Attorney" award from Q Salt Lake Magazine every year since 2007. She and her husband received Equality Utah's Allies Award in 2006. In 2004, Utah Business Magazine gave her the "Top 40 Under 40 Rising Stars" award. She is consistently listed in Utah Business Magazine's Family Law "Legal Elite" and in the American Trial Lawyers' Association "Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Utah."
In the Fall of 2009, Lauren co-founded the Rainbow Law Clinic, the first pro bono LGBT Law Clinic in Utah. She was also a Small Claims Court judge in the Third District Court (1998-2005), a member of the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue Team (1998-2003), and a member of the Board of the Friends of the Utah Avalanche Forecasters (2005-2007.)
Lauren regularly presents on topics within Family Law and Assistive Reproductive Technology Law, in Utah and nationally.
Lauren enthusiastically enjoys cycling, skiing, and hiking around Utah's mountains with her friends and family.