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Serving the Public by Regulating Attorneys and Licensed Paralegal Practitioners
The Office of Professional Conduct is taking precautions to avoid the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Our physical office will be closed to the public until September 1, 2020. OPC staff will continue to be available through email and telephone, and will respond to inquiries made through opcutah.org during this period of time. Office hours will be 9:00 - 4:00. Information submitted to the OPC during the remainder of the month will continue to be processed consistent with our policies and procedures.
The Utah Supreme Court has charged the OPC with the responsibility of investigating all information coming to its attention, which, if true, would be grounds for discipline against an attorney or LPP.
The Office of Professional Conduct serves to protect the public from harm resulting from attorneys and LPPs who have engaged in unethical conduct. We strive to protect the integrity of the profession by prosecuting, where necessary, those individuals who have not satisfied their professional ethical obligations. We also seek to educate members of the Bar regarding their professional ethical responsibilities through seminars and discipline notices in the Utah Bar Journal.