Company: Office of the Lieutenant Governor/University of Utah
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Salt Lake City, Utah, October 9, 2014, Michelle Oldroyd, Director of the Utah Commission on Civic and Character Education Associate Professor for the Office of the Lieutenant Governor/University of Utah, has been recognized by Elite American Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in legal education.
An expert in her field, Ms. Oldroyd has spent the last 14 years working for the University of Utah. She radiates confidence and skill in her daily responsibilities of resolving legal disputes, and conducting mediation and arbitration meetings. Her strong work ethic is demonstrated through her willingness to build a project from its ground-level inception; likewise, she has separated herself from her colleagues by supplementing her career with an adjunct professor role teaching law to college students.
Throughout her career, Ms. Oldroyd designed and facilitated dispute resolution processes for large-group and interpersonal conflicts, and created community outreach and public education programs for students. She also co-authored an article for the Utah Law Review and received the Scott M. Matheson Award in 2007 for her contributions to law-related education in Utah.
Ms. Oldroyd earned a JD from S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah in 2000. In order to remain current with industry trends, she is an affiliate of the Utah State Bar Association. A benevolent individual, Ms. Oldroyd volunteers for various nonprofit educational groups when she is away from her professional duties.
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