Utah Photography Business Tips Part 1

Utah Photography Business Tips Part 1

The major downside to the many benefits of technology is that it has become a lot easier for any hobby photographer to buy a nice camera, set up a cheap website, and call themselves a professional. As a result, the Utah photography market is saturated. If you want to make a career for yourself in the Utah photography industry, how do you set yourself apart? You can start by acting like a professional. And to be professional, you should think about Utah photography law in business and IP strategy. Here are a few legal tips by your favorite Utah photography legal team, Kennedy Art Law.

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Kennedy Art Law Welcomes Scotti A. Hill and Esabelle Khaosanga

Kennedy Art Law Welcomes Scotti A. Hill and Esabelle Khaosanga

Kennedy Art Law formally welcomes two additions to the team: Scotti A. Hill, the Firm's law clerk and a rising 3L at the University of Utah SJQ College of Law, and Esabelle Khaosanga, the Firm's legal assistant and an incoming 1L at the University of Utah SJQ College of Law. You can learn more about Scotti and Esabelle through their profiles on the Kennedy Art Law website. 

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Super Lawyers-Rising Stars 2017 Recognizes Michelle Kennedy

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SALT LAKE CITY – Kennedy Art Law is pleased to announce that Michelle Kennedy was selected as a 2017 Super Lawyers Rising Star, Mountain States edition.

Attorneys are chosen following a rigorous selection process that includes independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. 

Only five percent of the lawyers in the state are named by Super Lawyers.