Better Boundaries is supporting the plaintiffs’ top legal experts both nationally and here in Utah. The plaintiffs in the lawsuit will be represented by a talented team from Zimmerman Booher, Parr Brown, and the Campaign Legal Center.
Zimmerman Booher is the preeminent appellate law firm in the state of Utah. Troy Booher, Caroline Olsen, and Fred Voros, former presiding judge of the Utah Court of Appeals, comprise the team of appellate attorneys. Combined they have either participated as counsel or judge in nearly 1,400 appeals at the state and federal level.
The trial attorneys, David Reymann and Briggs Matheson of Parr Brown have 30 combined years of litigation experience ranging from constitutional law to intellectual property. Reymann and Matheson have both argued cases at all levels of state and federal courts and have represented individuals, companies, and government entities. Both have thriving pro bono practices focusing on civil rights matters.
Campaign Legal Center (CLC) is committed to creating a government responsive to the people by advancing democracy through the law. They are deeply involved in supporting legal cases that address redistricting violations across the nation. CLC has supported Better Boundaries since our inception and has multiple connections to Utah, particularly through a long-standing relationship with the Hinckley Institute of Politics and the S.J. Quinney College of Law.