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The Aug. 13 Utah Supreme Court decision intersected with the work of Reginald Heber Smith in a way I am certain he never expected. In 1919, Smith published Justice and the Poor. In it, he wrote, “Without equal access to the law, the system not only robs the poor of their only protection, but places in the hands of their oppressors the most powerful and ruthless weapon ever invented.” Smith’s next endeavor was to apply the same passion for fairness to the newly formed Hale and Dorr (now WilmerHale) law firm as their first managing partner. He wanted to… Continue Reading Guest Column: Utah, We are Going to Need a Bigger Sandbox