ACLU of Utah Welcomes Staff Attorney Marina Baginsky Lowe

Affiliate: ACLU of Utah
May 31, 2007 12:00 am

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May 31, 2007

SALT LAKE CITY – The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah is pleased to announce that it has selected Marina Baginsky Lowe as its new staff attorney.

Lowe is a 2004 graduate of Hastings College of Law where she excelled in international moot court competitions and served as a teacher’s assistant. She has continued her interest in moot court by coaching law students in Jessup International Law moot court competitions for a number of years.

Before moving to Salt Lake City in 2006, Lowe was an associate with Morgan Lewis & Bockius in San Francisco for several years. Most recently, she worked for the Salt Lake Legal Defender Association in its criminal appellant division. Prior to law school, Lowe spent two years working in France with the Hewlett-Packard Corporation as a marketing project manager.

ACLU of Utah Executive Director Karen McCreary cited Lowe’s passion for civil liberties as one of the main reasons for her selection. “The search committee was extremely impressed by Marina’s skills, engaging personality, and strong commitment to civil liberties and the ACLU,” said McCreary. “We are very excited to have her join us.”

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