Jarom Harrison is a member of the firm’s First Amendment and Religious Organizations section. His practice focuses on protecting organizations and corporations from liability, both on the front end through regulatory compliance and policy design, and on the back end through mediation and litigation.

Mr. Harrison also has extensive experience in appellate matters, assisting in petitions and briefs filed with the United States Supreme Court, the Utah appellate system, and the National College Athletics Association. His work has included such cases as Bostock v. Clayton County, American Legion v. American Humanist Association, Rimini Street v. Oracle, and Patterson v. Walgreens. Mr. Harrison also has considerable experience in designing and conducting corpus linguistics studies for both judicial and academic audiences.

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