Mrs. Cranor is a member of the firm’s International section who additionally works with the First Amendment and Religious Organizations section. She focuses on helping organizations with formation documents and agreements with other entities, as well as supports organizations to protect their rights and abilities to pursue their respective missions.
Mrs. Cranor has experience helping organizations develop data protection and data privacy agreements, as well as other contracts. She has helped prepare petitions and amicus briefs to the Supreme Court of the United States and appellate briefs and motions filed with the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, other courts and governmental agencies, and the NCAA. Mrs. Cranor has used her background and experience in education policy and youth development to assist higher education institutions with regulatory compliance, accreditation, policy development, data protection, and litigation. She has a master’s degree in education policy, and prior to law school, she served on numerous education-related boards and commissions, lobbied regarding education legislation, and helped draft legislation and administrative code. She has assisted charter and private schools, and other youth development organizations with their strategic planning, charter documents, development materials, and outcomes measurement and reporting. Mrs. Cranor has presented at state, regional and local conferences about education policy, parents’ rights in schools, and use of social media by policymakers and education leaders.
J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University, J.D., cum laude, 2020
- Dean’s List
- Student Editor-in-Chief, BYU Education & Law Journal
- Outstanding Service Award, International Center for Law and Religion Studies
- Maud Birkin Peterson Religious Freedom Fellowship
Brigham Young University, M.Ed. in education policy, 2020
Brigham Young University, M.S. in developmental biology, 1995
Brigham Young University, B.S. in human biology, minor in chemistry, 1994