Phone 208.344.6000 Email info@hawleytroxell.com
     

November 16, 2017

Leaders in Law Awards

The votes are all in, and the “ayes” have it for this year’s Idaho Business Review Leaders in Law program.

Former award winners, plus one representing the University of Idaho College of Law, cast their ballots to determine this year’s honorees.

Applicants were scored in four categories – leadership in their profession, achievements, volunteer work, and leadership in the community.

Hawley Troxell Honorees

Tyler Anderson

Mike Baldner

Adam Christenson

Justin Cranney

Will Fletcher

 

http://idahobusinessreview.com/2017/09/01/twenty-one-named-law-leaders-by-their-peers/

November 16, 2017

30th Annual Treasure Valley YMCA Heritage Dinner

30th Annual Treasure Valley Family YMCA Heritage Dinner

Join us!

Thursday, November 16
Boise Centre East
5:30pm Social Hour
6:30pm Dinner & Presentation

Celebrate great leaders who are working to ensure the impact of the Y lives on forever.
With featured keynote speakers:
Tim & Mary Wilcomb | Owners, Jordan-Wilcomb Construction, Inc.

November 9, 2017

Sippin in the City

Break out from the everyday tasting, step away from the table and prepare yourself for a different type of tasting. Sip your way through Idaho’s best while tasting sweet and savory bites in the city.

Featuring all Idaho winemakers, tasty treats from Idaho’s coolest culinary artists and original local music.

SIPPIN’ IN THE CITY 2017 IS SOLD OUT

THERE WILL BE NO SALES AT THE DOOR

November 9th – 5:30-8:30 PM – 8th & Main Building – 17th Floor – 800 W Main Street, Boise

 

 

 

http://www.sippininthecity.com/

November 9, 2017

Idaho School Boards Association Convention

Presentation by Nick Miller and Danielle Quade: Planning for Bond Elections: Best Practices, Legalities, and Finances

November 7, 2017

Idaho IT Symposium Panel: Internet of Things (IoT)

November 7, 2017

Idaho IT Symposium

Brad Frazer to sit on the following panel.

By 2020, more than 50 billion things will connect to the internet – seven times more than our human population. The internet of Things will revolutionize the way we live, work, play and learn. IoT is also a precursor to big data. How are the organizations getting themselves ready to deal with this new revolution? This will require new thinking, talent and technical expertise in all parts of our operations and functions. This panel will explore and share their journey with the ever expanding demands of IoT. They will also share use cases of where they have been able to implement it and how they are preparing their organizations and workforce with this upcoming trend.

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November 2, 2017

Idaho State Bar Resolution Process aka Roadshow

Unlike many state bars, the Idaho State Bar cannot take positions on legislative matters, rules of court, or substantive rules governing the Bar itself at its Annual Meeting or by act of its Bar Commissioners without first submitting such matters to the membership through the Resolution Process.

The Resolution Process is set forth in Idaho Bar Commission Rule 906. Resolutions may be submitted by a District Bar Association, the Board of Commissioners, a Bar committee, or an individual member of the Bar. Resolutions submitted by a District Bar Association, the Board of Commissioners, or the Idaho Supreme Court are automatically included in the resolution process.

Resolutions submitted are presented to the District Bar representatives and Board of Commissioners for consideration. This body votes on whether to circulate the resolution to the membership. Approved resolutions are mailed to each member of the Idaho State Bar. Included in the information mailed to members will be the text of each resolution and, if available, any additional information explaining the intent and purpose of the resolution. The deadline to submit resolutions is Monday, September 25, 2017.

The 2017 Resolution Process Voter Pamphlet will be mailed to all voting members mid-October, 2017. Each District Bar Association is scheduled to hold its resolution meeting during November. Ballots were will be available at all resolution meetings, and they’ll be mailed to those voting members who are unable to attend. Voting closes on Monday, December 4, 2017.

The 2017 resolution meetings are scheduled as follows:

 

District District Bar President Date of Meeting Meeting Location Time of Meeting
First District Mischelle R. Fulgham ThursdayNov. 2 North Idaho College1000 W. Garden Ave., Coeur d’Alene 10:30 a.m. CLE

12 noon Meeting

Second District WilliamJeremy Carr ThursdayNov. 2 Meriwether’s Bistro in the Red Lion621 21st St., Lewiston 4:30 p.m. CLE

6:00 p.m. Meeting

Third District Michael K. Porter WednesdayNov. 15 Holiday Inn Express & Suites4104 E. Flamingo Ave., Nampa 4:30 p.m. CLE

6:00 p.m. Meeting

Fourth District Philip M.Bevis WednesdayNov. 15 Barber Park Event Center4049 S. Eckert Rd., Boise 10:30 a.m. CLE

12 noon Meeting

Fifth District Nancy H. Austin TuesdayNov. 14 The Stone House330 4th Ave. S., Twin Falls 4:30 p.m. CLE

6:00 p.m. Meeting

Sixth District Aaron N.Thompson TuesdayNov. 14 Juniper Hills Country Club6600 S. Bannock Highway, Pocatello 10:30 a.m. CLE

12 noon Meeting

Seventh District Jonathan W. Harris MondayNov. 13 Marriott Residence Inn635 W. Broadway, Idaho Falls 10:30 a.m. CLE

12 noon Meeting

 

November 1, 2017

2017 Boise Mayor State of the City Address

October 31, 2017

WCA’s 13th Annual Healing Begins with Hope Breakfast

The Healing Begins with Hope Breakfast is the Women’s & Children’s Alliance’s signature fundraiser benefiting the WCA’s safe shelters and supportive programs for those escaping domestic abuse and sexual violence. During this one-hour program, guests learn about the presence and extent of domestic violence in our own community, and hear the real testimonies of how the WCA provides safety, healing and freedom to these families.

WCA Save This Date-Breakfast

October 25, 2017

Professional Development Day

ProDevDay logo w/ BYP

Join us for a full day of education and inspiration for young professionals in the Treasure Valley. The day will feature opportunities to interact with key executives from some of Idaho’s top companies, as well as with other young professionals. Attendees will also take part in a luncheon recognizing Idaho’s top privately held businesses. Professional Development Day attendees will join this otherwise private luncheon. Attendees will be the first to know which businesses placed in the prestigious list, and will enjoy lunch with those being recognized.

The conference will include a continental breakfast, the recognition luncheon, a social hour and opportunities to interact with Idaho’s leading CEOs, meet other young professionals and learn from the best of the best!

Details >>

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