Business Executive Series to Explore Constitutional Interpretation

Published: October 15, 2015 | Read Time: 2 minutes

With a background in business and law, Jeremy Christiansen understands how constitutional law affects business and how various methods of constitutional interpretation in turn affect constitutional law. On Thursday, October 15, law clerk and SUU alumnus Jeremy Christiansen will be presenting in the State Bank of Southern Utah Business Executive Speaker Series on “Constitutional Interpretation: Why you should care about it, and why you should be an originalist”. He will present in the Ballroom of the Sharwan Smith Student Center at 11:30 a.m.

Jeremy M. Christiansen graduated summa cum laude and valedictorian of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences from Southern Utah University in 2011 with a bachelor of arts in Spanish and a double minor in Accounting and Business Management. After leaving SUU, he attended the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, finishing with highest honors and ranked 3rd in his class.

Since law school, he has spent a year clerking for Associate Chief Justice Thomas R. Lee of the Utah Supreme Court. He is currently a clerk for the Hon. Judge Jay S. Bybee of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Christiansen has published several articles in major law journals and has had his scholarly work cited in court cases, law journals and prominent legal treatises. 

Sponsored by the State Bank of Southern Utah and hosted by the SUU School Business, the Business Executive Speaker Series is intended for the benefit and education of students, employees and the community at large. The lecture series features accomplished business executives from a variety of industries throughout Utah and beyond who have shared their professional knowledge on timely business issues that affect us all. Recent speakers have included the first female president of a major resort on the Las Vegas Strip, Renee West, President and COO of Excalibur and Luxor Resorts and Casinos and entrepreneurial phenomenon Bill Child, Chairman of the Board for RC Willey.

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