Office: Salt Lake City

Office: Salt Lake City

Interning in Salt Lake City

In the second semester of my freshmen year studying at Brigham Young University (BYU), I had the opportunity to take a microeconomic theory class with Dr. Steve Waters, an adjunct professor at BYU and a principal in CRA’s Competition Practice. Throughout the duration of the semester, lectures of Lagrangian techniques, Marshallian/Hicksian optimization, elasticity, supply and demand, and substitutes and complements were peppered with stories of the cases he had worked on during his tenure. Read more >

What’s going on in the Salt Lake City office?

The Commute: This is one of the most variable aspects of the office. If one lives downtown, you can simply walk to work, catch the TRAX (light rail), or use the bus system; all of which are fairly cheap options. The ten-to-twenty minute commute is not that bad either. When one lives on the Wasatch Front outside of Salt Lake City, the FrontRunner (commuter rail train) is an inexpensive option to using one’s own vehicle (or purchasing an additional one). Read more >