Margaret D. Plane is the City Attorney for Park City Municipal Corporation where she advises on all matters of city government. She previously served two mayors as the City Attorney for Salt Lake City Corporation. Ms. Plane served as the Utah Delegate to the American Bar Association’s policy-making body, the House of Delegates. She is a past-president of the Women Lawyers of Utah (WLU) and the Aldon J. Anderson American Inn of Court. She chaired an Ethics and Discipline Committee screening panel and serves on the Utah Supreme Court’s Oversight Committee for the Office of Professional Conduct. Ms. Plane was co-chair of the Utah Supreme Court Committee on the New Lawyer Training Program and has been recognized by WLU as the Christine M. Durham Women Lawyer of the Year and Mentor of the Year; by the Utah State Bar with the Professionalism and the Committee of the Year Awards; by the Young Lawyers Division as Young Lawyer of the Year; and by the American Bar Association as a Lifetime Fellow.

After graduating from the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, Plane clerked for the Honorable Judge Pamela T. Greenwood on the Utah Court of Appeals. During law school, she served as managing editor of the Journal of Land, Resources, and Environmental Law. She received a B.A. cum laude in Philosophy and German from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, and an M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Utah. (2/24)

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