Named the 2013 Trial Attorney of the Year by the Parental Defense Alliance of Utah, Vernon Jolley has more than 30 years experience as a legal professional. He is an accomplished trial attorney who is admitted to practice in Utah and California and before various federal district courts, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court in Washington D.C.
Vernon has helped thousands of clients in many areas of the law, including civil/business litigation, contract law, personal injury and family law. He is deeply committed to the cause of Fathers Rights and to helping fathers in all areas of the law.
In addition to logging more hours in the courtroom than most attorneys in the legal profession, Vernon also logs many hours on the racetrack where he pushes the limits of his Factory Five AC Cobra that he built from the ground up.
Click on the picture below to take a ride in Vernon’s Cobra on a recent run on the SCCA racing circuit.
Alexander JolleyLicensed in Utah, Idaho and Texas
Alexander Jolley received his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University in 2002. Shortly thereafter, he began Law School at Marquette University School of Law in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and later received his Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University School of Law in Northern California. During his three years of law school, Alexander received several prestigious awards in research, writing, civil rights/public remedies, and public interest practice.
After law school, Alexander accepted a position with the United States Small Business Administration helping hurricane victims recover from their tragedies. His responsibilities included drafting real estate loan contracts, reviewing documents for state and federal compliance of regulations and leading large teams of Attorneys and Paralegals.
Alexander is a member of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, Texas Young Lawyers, and the American Bar Association. He is fluent in Spanish.
In his spare time, Alexander enjoys traveling with his family, playing sports, and riding his Can Am Commander Side by Side in the Utah back country.