Chief Justice, Moot Court, 1970-1971. Law Clerk, Judge Frank Q. Nebeker, D.C. Court of Appeals, 1971-1972. Author: "Deregulation of Natural Gas Utilities: A Proposal for Legislative Reform in State Utility Regulation," Journal of Energy, Natural Resources and Environmental Law, Fall 1990; "Evidentiary Issues in National Environmental Policy Act Litigation Under the APA," Federal Bar News and Journal, October 1985; "Suggested Procedures for Monitoring Effective Assistance of Counsel," Journal of Contemporary Law, Winter 1983; "The Good Behavior Alternative to Impeachment: A Proposal for the More Effective Use of Judicial Councils," Journal of Contemporary Law, Winter 1977; "The Commerce Clause and Transmission Infrastructure Development: An Answer to Jurisdictional Issues Clouded by Protectionism," The Electricity Journal, June 2009; "Costly Errors in Violating FERC Policies when Monetizing Gas Transportation Agreements," Natural Gas & Electricity Journal, June 2009; "FERC Grows Flexible to Encourage Electricity Transmission Development," Natural Gas & Electricity Journal, July 2009; "FERC Revisits, Reaffirms Jurisidictional Exemption for Gathering Facilities," Natural Gas & Electricity Journal, September 2009; Seventh Circuit Gets Territorial in Remanding FERC's Postage-Stamp Rate Decision," Natural Gas & Electricity Journal, November 2009; "FERC Rate Incentives for Transmission Infrastructure Development," The Electricity Journal, March 2010. Instructor: Criminal Law, U.S. Attorney General's Advocacy Institute, 1980; Annual Appraisal for Ad Valorem Taxation, Wichita State University, Rate of Return on Equity, 2004. Adjunct Professor, Paralegal Program, Westminster College, 1983-1988. Assistant U.S. Attorney: District of Columbia, 1972-1975; Utah, 1975-1981. Advocate and Past President, Utah Chapter, American Board of Trial Advocates, 1986-1987. Past President, Federal Bar Association, Utah Chapter, 1984-1985.