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Honors Think Tank On Transparency & Privacy in a Web 2.0 World: Faculty


Randy DryerRandy Dryer  On July 1, 2011 I began a new career as a professor at the University of Utah with a joint appointment in the Honors College and SJ Quinney College of Law. This career change comes after a successful and rewarding 32 year legal career as a litigator and media lawyer with Parsons Behle & Latimer, Utah’s largest law firm. Over the years, I periodically taught at both colleges as an adjunct, but I am now a full time academic. I am 62 years young, which may seem ancient to most college students, (and too old to be starting a new career according to some) but I can assure you (as my wife and three children continually remind me in a disapproving tone) I do not act my age! But enough about my present situation. How did I arrive at this point in my life? A very abbreviated history follows. More...
Corper JamesCorper James I practice in the areas of general business and employment law with an emphasis on employment discrimination and litigation. I have always been heavily interested if not always involved in local and national politics.  I am one of nine Democrats in the state of Utah, and when the state legislature is in session I purposely avoid all news outlets because the news makes me angry.  I am currently serving as the President of the Board of Trustees of a $9 million a year organization called Centro de la Familia de Utah.  The organization serves mostly migrant worker families with headstart educational programs.  It keeps me involved with populations I really care about, and allows me to make a small contribution to the ongoing problem this state and country have with marginalizing undocumented families.
Valeri CraigleValeri Craigle When I was little, I didn't fantasize about being a librarian when I grew up. I wanted to be the girl version of Indiana Jones. When I tell people I'm a librarian, I can almost assuredly count on responses like, "that must be so relaxing!" or "it must be nice to get to read all day".  As I was working at the desk in the reference room at the law library last week, some guy came in and asked how much they paid me to look bored.
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