Experience counts. Dedication, hard work, skill, tenacity and excellence are expected. Compassion is essential.
The Idaho Business Review’s Leaders in Law award recognizes all of these qualities and is dedicated to individuals whose leadership, both in the legal profession and in the community, has had a positive impact on Idaho.
2020 Leaders in Law Awards (event held in conjunction with the Excellence in Finance Awards)
Bart M. Davis, United States Attorney for the District of Idaho
Clinton Casey, Casey Legal Group, owner
Brad Miller, Hawley Troxell, partner/attorney
Tom Mortell, Hawley Troxell, partner/attorney
Melanie Rubocki, Perkins Coie, office managing partner
Erik Stidham, Holland & Hart, partner
Matthew Taylor, Taylor Law Offices, partner
Lauren Prew Fouser, Holland & Hart, associate
Austin Strobel, Hawley Troxell, associate/attorney
Sherman F. Furey III, Idaho Attorney General, chief deputy attorney general
Kent Nelson, University of Idaho, general counsel
Rand Peebles, POWER Engineers, vice president/general counsel
Michael Porter, Canyon County Prosecutor’s Office, lead deputy prosecutor
Steven Price, Ada County Highway District, general counsel
Scott Learned, Learned Lawyer, PLLC, owner
Taylor Mossman-Fletcher, Mossman Law Office, owner/attorney
Connie Runia, Runia Law PLLC, attorney/owner
Hannah Andazola, Smith + Malek, associate
Benjamin Gibbons, Holland & Hart, associate
Jetta Mathews, Hawley Troxell, attorney
William Young, William Young & Associates, partner
November 19, 4 p.m.
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