New Idaho State Bar Commissioners – Kurt Holzer & Anne-Marie Fulfer

The voting members of the Idaho State Bar elected two new members of the Board of Commissioners. Boise attorney Kurt Holzer will represent the Fourth District, replacing current ISB President David Cooper. Moscow attorney Anne-Marie Fulfer will represent the First and Second Districts, replacing Commissioner Mike Howard of Coeur d’Alene. Both Commissioners will serve three year terms, beginning in July 2019.

Kurt Holzer is a partner in the Boise law firm Hepworth Holzer. A 1992 graduate of the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, Kurt was a William H. Leary Scholar and served as Executive Editor of the Utah Law Review. Kurt is a former President of the Idaho Trial Lawyers Association. He continues to serve, as he has since 1999, as a member of the Professional Conduct Board of the Idaho State Bar.

Anne-Marie Fulfer is the Assistant Dean for Career Development at the University of Idaho College of  Law and a 1999 graduate. Based in Moscow, Anne-Marie has overseen the Career Development Office for Moscow and Boise since 2003. Anne-Marie is a member of the Idaho Women Lawyers and the Raymond C. McNichols Inn of Court. Prior to attending law school, Anne-Marie worked in the California wine industry for nine years for a Catalan sparkling wine company, as an international freight forwarder specializing in wine shipments from the Sonoma Valley, and as an insurance agent in Moscow.