Robyn Brody Announces for Idaho Supreme Court
Robyn Brody has been practicing law in the Magic Valley for nearly 20 years. She is a graduate of the University of Denver, having earned a law degree as well as a master’s degree in international business. After law school, she moved to Twin Falls with her husband and joined the law ﬁrm of Hepworth, Lezamiz & Hohnhorst, where she practiced for 13 years.
Robyn and her family moved to Rupert in 2010, and she started her own ﬁrm. Robyn has a diverse practice that focuses on helping people and small businesses. She has earned the prestigious AV rating from her peers and has been named a Mountain States Super Lawyer and Rising Star.
Robyn has deep respect for her profession and spends time volunteering to strengthen Idaho’s legal community. In 2014, she was the recipient of the Idaho State Bar’s Professionalism Award.
Robyn has served as:
- Mentor and Presenter at Idaho Trial Skills Academy
- The President of the Idaho Trial Lawyers Association
- President of the Idaho Fifth District Bar Association
- President of the Theron W. Ward American Inn of Court.
Robyn is admitted to practice in state and federal Idaho courts.
She has the following reported decisions:
- In re Matey, 147 Idaho 604, 213 P.3d 389 (2009);
- In re Hudelson, 146 Idaho 439, 196 P.3d 905 (2008);
- Cranney v. Mut. of Enumclaw Ins. Co., 145 Idaho 6, 175 P.3d 168 (2007);
- Cafferty v. DOT, Dep’t of Motor Vehicle Serv., 144 Idaho 324, 160 P.3d 763 (2007);
- Clear Springs Food, Inc. v. Clear Lakes Trout Co., 40 P.3d 119 (Idaho 2002);
- In re Wiggins, 273 BR 839 (Bkrtcy D.Idaho 2001);
- Newcomb v. Standard Ins. Co., 187 F.3d 1004 (9th Cir. 1999).
Robyn has been married for 20 years. She and her husband have two active boys, ages 8 and 10. Robyn enjoys spending time with her boys in numerous sports and activities, including football, tae kwon do and piano. She is an active member of the St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Rupert and is a past president of the School Board of St. Nicholas Catholic School.
Brody is a candidate for the Idaho Supreme Court Justice to succeed Jim Jones.