Mr. Sork attended Brigham Young University where he received his BS in sociology, graduating on the Dean’s List. His degree in sociology, which is the study of the development and structure of human society, is what guided him to the path of law. After graduating from BYU, Mr. Sork was admitted into the University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, and he is set to graduate in April of 2024.
Mr. Sork began work at Dexter & Dexter Law Offices in Orem, UT, during the first summer of law school. During that time, he was introduced to personal injury and family law, and he developed a strong sense of justice that led him to plaintiff-side labor and employment work. After discovering his passion, Mr. Sork began working for Shimoda & Rodriguez Law as a law clerk. Mr. Sork has worked on and helped settle multiple cases for employees on matters including sexual harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, breach of contract, OSHA, and whistleblowing claims. Mr. Sork has also helped clients reach a positive outcome in the unemployment appeals process and various mediations.
Mr. Sork has participated in the Pro Bono Street Law Clinic offered through the University of Utah meant to aid local Utahns in their legal employment disputes and is a proud class representative for the Labor and Employment Law Club at S.J. Quinney College of Law.
Mr. Sork spends his free time with his lovely wife and their dog. He is a proud bone marrow donor through the Be The Match program. Mr. Sork enjoys serving his church and community and is a registered Court Appointed Special Advocate for Children and has been assigned and worked with children who have been put into the court system as a result of the legal struggles and criminal acts of their parents. An avid enthusiast of hobbies and physical activity, Mr. Sork loves to play all sports, hike, hunt, fish, and camp in the beautiful landscapes of Utah.
- Brigham Young University (BYU)
- B.S. – Sociology