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Posted by: Avery Roberts on Oct 15, 2018


We're looking for Guest Bloggers to help create original content that educates, inspires, and empowers trial lawyers. 

The What
ITLA FYI, our online journal, publishes new content on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month. We're looking for Guest Bloggers who are willing to share their expertise and time by writing a 500 to 2,000-word blog post. Topics can range from case overviews to inspirational anecdotes, to an in-depth how-to guide. 

The Why
The way the world, and our industry, communicates is changing. We want to make sure we continue to provide you the best tools and resources to advocate for your clients. 

The Who
Submissions will be accepted from attorneys, judges, industry experts, and industry partners. Remember, trial lawyers are your target audience. So make sure your submission is creative and compelling. 

The How
It's simple. Have an idea? Let us know. Send us your article submission here

Questions? Give us a call at 208-345-1890 or email us at

Posted by: Avery Roberts on Sep 17, 2018


The 7th Amendment holds accountable those who break rules and cause harm to others. Our forefathers provided us with the 7th Amendment to empower American citizens and jurors with the responsibility of holding wrongdoers accountable to those they have harmed. The civil right to a jury trial is how Americans enforce our legal responsibilities to each other.

Today and every day we celebrate the 7th Amendment. 

Posted by: Barbara Jorden on Sep 4, 2018


AAJ is updating and refreshing the Take Justice Back website with all new content. Visit to read about legislative priorities, hear real stories about people pursuing justice, and see the latest AAJ research reports. And be sure to follow Take Justice Back on Twitter and Facebook to get the latest updates as they happen. 

Posted by: Barbara Jorden on Aug 31, 2018

Check out our new MyITLA webpage!

All of your membership needs are not conveniently located on one easy to manage page.  When you visit, login and click the My ITLA button at the top right of the page.  It will take you to the page which shows you your current membership, your areas of practice and your recent searches.  You will also have the ability to register for seminars, pay invoices and make charitable donations to the Amicus program.  



Posted by: Avery Roberts on Jul 19, 2018


BOISE, ID — The Idaho Trial Lawyers Association Street Law Clinic will be honored at the Pro Bono Awards Reception, hosted by the Legal Services Corporation, on the evening of Thursday, July 26, 2018. The ITLA Street Law Clinic was nominated by Idaho Legal Aid Services, a nonprofit statewide law firm, for its dedication to the cause of expanding pro bono work. The Clinic was selected by the Legal Services Corporation Board of Directors for its continued commitment to pro bono legal services in Idaho.

The ITLA Street Law Clinic provides free, on-the-spot legal help to walk-in clients and operates on the second and fourth Monday of every month. The Clinic is held at the downtown Boise Public Library from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

“Access to Idaho’s legal system and the attorneys that play a majority role within that system can be financially prohibitive for many Idahoans. This is particularly true within our civil legal system, where there is no constitutionally protected right to counsel. We are proud of our Street Law Clinic that continues to open its doors in an effort to fill this gap and afford legal access to all Idahoans, regardless of the ability to pay” states ITLA President, Jeff Owens.

ITLA works in partnership with volunteer attorneys, Idaho Volunteer Lawyer Program, Concordia University School of Law, University of Idaho College of Law, and the Boise Public Library in the effort to help people navigate the often-daunting legal process. The clinics are staffed by law student volunteers from Concordia University School of Law and University of Idaho College of Law, as well as volunteer supervising attorneys.

Since opening its doors in 2013 the ITLA Street Law clinic has:

• Held 95 clinics
• Had 250 student volunteers and 95 supervising attorneys
• Donated 1,450 hours of time by supervising attorneys
• Served 3,235 clients

Citizens interested in services provided by the ITLA Street Law Clinic may contact the Idaho Trial Lawyers Association at (208) 345-1890 or visit the website at


The Idaho Trial Lawyers Association is a local non-profit organization dedicated to preserving justice and accountability. The ITLA has been an organization since 1967 and has more than 400 members statewide