What I enjoy most about being an attorney: The law is vast and challenging, to say the least. I love learning something new every day—and applying that knowledge in a way that is effective in the lives of my clients and in my community.
Civil Rights - Sexual Assault & Abuse - Personal Injury
Angie is a graduate of Concordia University School of Law in Boise, Idaho. During law school she worked as an extern for the Idaho Fourth Judicial District Court, the Boise City Attorney’s Office, and the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Idaho.
Prior to law school Angie received a graduate degree in writing from Eastern Washington University. After graduate school she completed and published a work of non-fiction titled, Leaving Parma. Angie then held medical billing and administrative positions in the healthcare industry, primarily in the area of orthotics and prosthetics.
Angie is an Idaho native and graduated from Parma High School, her mother’s alma mater. She lives in Boise with her husband, her daughter, and her black lab. In her free time, Angie enjoys cooking and sharing meals with her friends and family, reading, skiing, and many other outdoor activities.
• J.D., Concordia University School of Law
• M.F.A., Eastern Washington University
• B.A., Seattle Pacific University
• Idaho State Courts
• U.S. District Court, District of Idaho
Professional Associations & Memberships:
• Idaho State Bar (ISB)
• Idaho Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA)
• Idaho State Bar and Concordia University School of Law, Richard C. Fields Civility Award, 2015
Publications & Speaking:
• Leaving Parma, A Memoir, Colonus Publishing, Inc., 2010
• “Rule of Professional Conduct 1.14 and the Gray Areas of Diminished Capacity” Co-authored with Jeremiah Hudson, The Advocate, September 2017
• “Professionalism Perspectives from Young Lawyers” Ethics CLE co-presented at the Idaho State Bar Annual Meeting, June 2018
• “Multi-Plaintiff Litigation and the Almost Adult Client” Idaho Trial Lawyers Association Spring Seminar CLE, co-presented with Jeremiah Hudson, March 2021
• “School District Cases: Part 1—Issue Spotting and Problem Solving” Idaho Trial Lawyers Summer Seminar CLE, co-presented with Lourdes Matsumoto, John Rumel, and Annie Hightower, June 2022.