Heath-Snow

Heath Snow is one of the founding partners of Bingham Snow & Caldwell (BS&C).   He is presently the managing partner of the firm’s Utah office.  Prior forming BS&C, Heath worked as an associate attorney with two other law firms.  Licensed in both Utah and Nevada, Heath handles a wide range of litigation and transactional matters. Heath’s diverse practice has resulted in the representation of both individual and institutional clients of all sizes, including numerous businesses, corporations, joint ventures, associations, financial institutions and governmental entities. In addition to his litigation and transactional practices, Heath has enjoyed the general representation of various municipalities and special service districts in the Southern Utah area.  Heath is also a certified mediator.  Heath’s current practice involves a full slate of litigation and transactional matters involving clients in the real estate, development, construction, medical, banking and insurance industries.

 

BAR ADMISSIONS
Utah State Bar 1999
Nevada State Bar 2002

 

OTHER ADMISSIONS

 

US District Court for the District of Utah, 2001

US District Court for the District of Nevada, 2008

US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, 2011

EDUCATION
University of Kansas School of Law, Juris Doctorate 1999
Brigham Young University, Bachelor of Arts & Social Sciences (History) 1996

 

EXPERIENCE

 

2005-Present, Partner, Bingham Snow & Caldwell

 

2002-2005, Senior Associate Attorney, Barney McKenna & Olmstead

 

1999-2002, Associate Attorney, Durham Jones & Pinegar

 

1998-1999, Law Clerk, Snow Nuffer Engstrom Wade & Smart
COMMUNITY & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Heath is very active in both the legal profession and the local community.  Heath has served twice on the board of directors for the Southern Utah Bar Association (SUBA) and served as the president of SUBA in 2003 & 2011.  As a director and president of SUBA, Heath has been instrumental in implementing and enhancing several programs and annual activities focused around building unity and camaraderie among Southern Utah’s local practitioners as well as raising community awareness of the legal profession and assisting the less fortunate. Said activities and programs include an annual Law Day celebration/awards, CLE seminars, socials and golf tournaments. Many of these activities are fund raising activities for the Southern Utah Community Legal Center (SUCLC), a center providing legal services to lower income persons in Southern Utah.  Heath presently chairs the SUCLC Advisory Committee.  Heath enjoys regularly volunteering his time at SUCLC, especially at the “Talk to a Lawyer Nights”.  Heath has also served as a trustee on the Southern Utah Chapter of the J. Rueben Clark Law Society. The J. Rueben Clark Law Society is an international association focused on maintaining high moral and ethical standards

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