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Kelly was inspired to attend law school after she took an introductory course at Idaho State University about business law taught by Judge N. Randy Smith, a Senior United States Circuit Judge for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Kelly's goal as an attorney is to ensure that businesses and individuals are represented in all sectors of the law, from business formation and development, contracts, regulatory and administrative issues, to estate planning, property and real estate law, and litigation.
Kelly is a passionate advocate for agriculture and co-founded the University of Idaho College of Law's first Agricultural Law Society. She also established the Idaho State Bar's first Agricultural Law Practice Section, of which she is the current chairperson.
Kelly is a proud Idaho native with strong roots in agriculture. Her background in agriculture includes raising and training horses, cattle, and farming. She met her now fiancé in 2011, and since then, they have owned and operated varying amounts of farm ground acreage and cattle while she pursued her education. She believes that her background in agriculture will make her a better attorney and advocate throughout her legal career.
In Kelly's free time, she enjoys spending time at the ranch, reading, and backpacking in the Idaho wilderness.
Kelly is an attorney at Jones Williams Fuhrman & Gourley, P.A.
About Kelly Stevenson
Current Employment Position(s)
- Associate Attorney
- Idaho State Bar’s first Agricultural Law Practice Section (Chairperson)
- University of Idaho College of Law, Moscow, Idaho, 2019
Honors: Dean’s List
Honors: CALI award of excellence in Agricultural Law
Law Journal: Idaho Critical Legal Studies Journal, Senior Bluebook Managing Editor
- Idaho State University, 2016
Major: General Business
Accepts Credit Cards
225 N. 9thSt. #820 Boise, ID 83702
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