R. Christian Hansen

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R. Christian Hansen advises clients in the areas of family law, criminal defense, civil and commercial litigation and personal injury. Prior to joining Hillyard, Anderson & Olsen, Christian practiced law for two years in Nebraska after receiving his bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah in 2002 and his law degree from Creighton University School of Law in 2005, cum laude. While in law school, Christian was a member of Creighton University Law Review. Christian is currently licensed to practice before state and federal courts in Utah and is an active member of the Utah State Bar, Cache County Bar Association. He is also fluent in Spanish.

Christian has served on the board for the Cache Chamber of Commerce and has served as the President of the Cache County Bar Association. He currently serves as the co-chair of the First District Pro Bono Committee and is a member of the Executive Committee of the litigation section of the Utah State Bar. Christian has been recognized by the Utah Business Magazine as one of Utah’s up and coming Legal Elite in 2011 and 2014.

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