The Idaho Trial Lawyers Association installed Boise-based attorney Taylor L. Mossman-Fletcher as the 2020-2021 president of the Idaho Trial Lawyers Association. In a hybrid in-person and virtual investiture, 2019-2020 president Jarom A. Whitehead of Twin Falls passed the ceremonial gavel to Mossman-Fletcher.
Also elected were president-elect T. Guy Hallam, Boise; treasurer Russell L. Johnson, Nampa; secretary Matthew D. Romrell, Idaho Falls; American Association for Justice governor Jarom A. Whitehead, Twin Falls and American Association for Justice delegate Michael J. Hanby, Twin Falls.
Mossman-Fletcher is an Idaho native born and raised in Boise. She graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder in 2002 with a degree in economics. In 2006, she graduated from the University of Idaho College of Law. Mossman-Fletcher was the Student Bar Association president in 2005-2006. Following law school, Mossman-Fletcher clerked for the honorable Judge Ronald Bush in Pocatello, from 2006-2007.
Mossman-Fletcher regularly volunteers for the Idaho Volunteer Lawyers Program and is an active member of the American Inn of Court. Mossman-Fletcher focuses her practice primarily on representing social security/disability, worker’s compensation, medical malpractice, and personal injury claimants. Mossman-Fletcher’s father, Hugh V. Mossman, served as the president of the Idaho Trial Lawyers Association from 1995-1996. They are the first father-daughter presidents of the organization.