Jaden Cowdin values family and religion, loves people, and aspires to be a successful attorney. Jaden grew up in Syracuse, Utah, as the youngest of four boys. He married his sweetheart after returning from a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Texas. While studying sociology as an undergraduate at BYU, Jaden had the opportunity to write a paper on malpractice reform, serve on the board of the BYU Prelaw Review, and start a company in the legal tech industry. Jaden is particularly interested in legal reform and innovation in various fields of law. He is excited to be involved with the International Center for Law and Religion Studies and to further explore how pluralism enables society to celebrate differences and reach for harmonious solutions. In his spare time, Jaden can be found watching the Jazz or 49ers (which he has finally convinced his wife to do with him). He also enjoys golf, longboarding, and boating.