Posted by: Avery Roberts on Mar 5, 2021


You learn a lesson from each case you take and sometimes you learn a few. ITLA Members Jeremiah Hudson and Angie Perkins will discuss their experience dealing with multi-plaintiff litigation and almost-adult clients on Friday, March 12th as part of the ITLA Spring Seminar Series.

Jeremiah Hudson's legal practice focuses on representing plaintiffs in complex employment and personal injury litigation, as well as civil rights litigation. Prior to forming Fisher Hudson Shallat, Jeremiah was an attorney and co-owner of Fisher & Hudson. During law school, he gained substantial experience in arguing complex cases while an intern in the Maricopa County Prosecutor’s juvenile sex crimes division. During his free time, Jeremiah enjoys hiking, skydiving, spending time with his family, and driving his ‘75 Toyota Land Cruiser.

Angie Perkins is a graduate of Concordia University School of Law. Prior to law school, she received a graduate degree in writing from Eastern Washington University, and an undergraduate degree in Literature from Seattle Pacific University. She grew up in Parma, Idaho. Angie started her legal career at Fisher Rainey Hudson and has since opened a solo law practice where she litigates civil rights cases primarily in the area of education. She lives in Boise with her husband, Matt, her daughter Harlow, and her black lab, Hadley. 
Register for Multi-Plaintiff Litigation and the Almost Adult Client for just $29.