Allison Blackman has joined Zions Corporate Trust as an administrator and corporate trust officer, responsible for providing local administration of various debt-financing transactions, including escrow and bonds. She is based at the bank’s Idaho headquarters at Eighth & Main streets in downtown Boise.
Blackman most recently was an attorney with Fisher Rainey Hudson in Boise, where she focused on the areas of securities and escrow litigation, contracts, and employment and labor law. Prior to that, she served as assistant city attorney for the City of Boise. In 2011, she clerked for Chief Judge B. Lynn Winmill of the U.S. District Court for the District of Idaho.
Blackman earned her JD from the University of Idaho College of Law where she served as the Law Review Director of Relations and as an associate editor. She received a BA from the College of Idaho. She is an active member of Idaho Women Lawyers.
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