Albert Pranno, MBA, JD

Albert Pranno is a graduate of the University of Utah College of Law. Al also received his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Westminster College of Salt Lake City, where he has been an Adjunct Professor teaching Business Law and many other areas of business.

Al serves as a small claims court Judge for the Roy/S. Weber City Justice Court, the Davis County Justice Court, the North Salt Lake Justice Court, and the Centerville City Justice Court.

Al also serves on the Utah Bar's Family Law Executive Committee and is a founding editor of the Utah Journal of Family Law.  Al is the president of a school board in South Davis County.

Al volunteers several times a year at the Family Law Legal Clinic at the Scott Matheson Courthouse - a program to assist pro se litigants on their family law issues. Al annually volunteers as a judge in the Mock Trial program for high school and junior high school students.  In 2019, Al was honored with the Scott M. Matheson Award by the Utah State Bar, an award to "Recognize a Lawyer and/or a Law Firm Who Have Made an Outstanding Contribution to Law-Related Education for Youth in The State of Utah."

Morgan Silva-Wall, Professional Paralegal

Morgan graduated from Snow College with a degree in business management and is currently working her way through the Licensed Paralegal Program with the Utah State Bar, with an emphasis on family law and collections. 

Morgan began her career in the legal field in 2009 and has been a valued member of Pranno Law since 2013, serving in a dual capacity as paralegal and office manager. Morgan also serves as a committee member on a school board in Salt Lake County. 


Cheyenne Calkins, Professional Paralegal

Cheyenne graduated from the University of Utah with her bachelor's degree in philosophy and holds a paralegal certificate through Weber State University.

Cheyenne has worked in the Utah legal field since 2012, having worked for criminal defense attorneys, as an in-court clerk for two Judges at Matheson Courthouse, and for the Utah Attorney General’s Office.

Cheyenne has been with Pranno Law since 2021.

A. Nick Pranno, Professional Legal Assistant

With over three years in the legal field, Nick is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in computer science, blending legal expertise with technology. Aspiring to attend law school, his ultimate goal is to take over Pranno Law, established by his father, Albert Pranno, upon Mr. Pranno’s retirement.

This journey represents a unique fusion of tradition and innovation, where he aims to contribute to the field of law while leveraging cutting-edge technologies.

His commitment to the success and reputation of Pranno Law drives him to navigate legal complexities with a forward-thinking approach with the help of technological tools.