1982, Idaho; 1986, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
University of Idaho, J.D., cum laude, 1982
Law School Graduation Year
Warnborough College, Oxford, England; College of Idaho, B.S., cum laude, 1979
Boise and American (Member, Sections on: Litigation; Labor and Employment Law) Bar Associations; Idaho State Bar (Member, Labor and Employment Law Section); Idaho Association of Defense Counsel (Director, 1994-2000; President, 1999-2000); International Association of Defense Counsel; Defense Research Institute; Idaho Law Foundation (Chairman, CLE Committee, 1989-1990); Human Resources Association of Treasure Valley (Legislative Affairs Chair); American Inns of Court #130 (Bencher, Past President).
Editor in Chief, Idaho Law Review, 1981-1982. Member, Editorial Review Board, Idaho Labor Letter . Author: Has Casual Day Gone Too Far? The Employer's Handbook, The Labor Letter, Inc. (1998). Co-Author: Medical Malpractice Law in Idaho: An Update, 23 Idaho Law Review 173 (1986-1987). Author: Casenote, Procedural Due Process of Idaho Public School Teachers, 17 Idaho Law Review (1981). Ninth Circuit Lawyer Representative, 1996-1999. Trainer University of Idaho, Trial Advocate Course, 1996. Panelist, Advanced Employment Law Symposium for The Labor Letter , 1997 (Scottsdale, AZ), 1998 (San Diego, CA) and 1999 (Las Vegas and Orlando). Lecturer: Ethical and Practical Issues in Preparing Witnesses, DRI Employment Law Seminar, June 1999 (Seattle, WA); Employment Law, Annual Law Update, Idaho Law Foundation, Dec. 1999 and 2000; Designing, Implementing and Recovering from a Reduction in Force, Lorman Business Centers, 1995-1998. Advisory Council, University of Idaho College of Law, Federal Defenders of Eastern Washington and Idaho (Board Member).