Jennifer Bogart, Esq

801.815.6090

I will dedicate my time and resources to zealously representing you, but will also make time to listen to your situation, even if there is nothing I can help you with legally. The initial phone call is always free, and returned as soon as possible if I don’t pick up myself.

Jennifer Bogart was born and grew up in the mid-west for the most part. She also lived in Sierra Leone and New Zealand as a pre-teen and early teen. After a career as a performing violinist, which encompassed two orchestras, three continents and many students along the way, she realized that she needed to go from a non-verbal career to a verbal one. She chose law. She now practices law and plays in a Celtic/Folk rock band called Ramblewood. Jennifer has had articles published in the Journal of Land, Real Estate, and Law, and more recently in the Utah Association for Justice Quarterly. She was President of the Women’s Law Caucus at S.J. Quinney College of Law from where she graduated in 2009 and is currently a member of the Women’s Law Group at the Utah State Bar. Her focus is in the areas of Family Law, Worker’s Compensation, Social Security Disability, Employment law, and additionally she provides unbundled services for those who just need advice or a helping hand with representing themselves. She also attends the Street Law clinic at the Guadalupe Center once a month. In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys reading, hanging out with her children, playing in her band, and listening to all kinds of music.

Don’t Go It Alone

One thing most of my clients tell me is that they are so grateful that they had someone to take the legal worries off their shoulders. The last thing you need when you are going through a divorce, have been injured on the job, or suffer from discrimination or harassment on the job, is to have to figure out what to do in court. You need advice to help with the court system, procedures, or even to bring a case on your own behalf. Give Bogart Legal Services a call. If we can’t help you we will put you in touch with someone who can.