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How to prepare for law school at BYU-I

BYU-I students interested in law have more options to help them prepare more than they might think.

Will new immigration policies affect BYU-I students?

BYU-Idaho students express their opinions on the new immigration policies implemented by President Joe Biden.

Learning to stay on the right side of the law

Learn to be like Elle Woods with the Pre-Law society.

A battle of politics and law

Students filled the Madison County courthouse for the debate on a case involving an illegal immigrant.

Bathroom policies addressed in bill

The Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act will allow businesses express their moral beliefs by not offering service to anyone does not share the same beliefs

Lay Minister wins discrimination lawsuit after being fired

Lay minister wins a unique legal battle after being fired from a job in public service for his religious views.

Proposed religious freedom order protects federal employees

The order specifies that religious freedom is not only applicable to individual residences and houses of worship, but in every aspect of a religious person’s life.

Religion and the law can easily coexist

Elder Dallin H. Oaks, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, spoke at the second annual Sacramento Court /Clergy Conference in Sacramento, California, on...

Federal Court says no to NSA invasion of privacy

A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that the National Security Agency (NSA)'s telephone record collection program is illegal under the Patriot Act, according to...

Freedom can encourage quality of life

On May 3 at least seven people were killed and 200 others arrested at Allepo University in Syria. According to a CNN article by Joe...

Local municipal law prohibits snowballs

Throwing snowballs, although an illegal pastime in Rexburg, is still a favorite recreational activity for BYU-Idaho students who find the law unwarranted. “I do think...

Intellectual Property Law With Michael Ballard

  Intellectual property law is an exciting field where attorneys spend their time defending and litigating people and companies with copyrights that have been violated,...

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Power 2 Become

Power 2 Become was hosted in the John W. Hart Building on Friday, Oct. 27. Speakers encouraged students and guests to discover their passions,...

Upcoming film festival highlights student work

The Snake River Film Festival is a great place to see some of the quality work BYU-Idaho video students have created.

“My reassignment was a miracle”

Missionaries sent home during the pandemic share their personal experiences when receiving the call home.

Here is what you missed from a conversation about sexual assault

What happened in the conversation about sexual assault?