Each March, the Workers’ Compensation Section sponsors a day-long seminar devoted to issues of concern in the area of workers’ compensation. The section also publishes an annual newsletter and works closely with the Idaho Industrial Commission on issues of common concern. The section serves as a primary source for technical assistance to the Commission.
Upcoming Meetings and Materials
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Upcoming Events and Section Sponsored CLEs
The Idaho Industrial Commission approved an update to their Judicial Rules of Practice and Procedure (JRP) 18 on June 15, 2022. Click on this link for the updated JRP 18. For questions or concerns regarding the new rule may be directed to Kamerron Slay at (208) 334-6017 or at Commisionsecretary@iic.idaho.gov.
The following courses were sponsored by the Workers Compensation Section. They are available to watch on-demand (self-study) with 24/7 availability so you can easily view programs whenever and wherever it is convenient. Click on the course title to see the description of the course and the cost.
- 2017 Annual Workers Compensation Seminar – Total MCLE Credits: 5.50 including NAC: 5.50
- 2018 Annual Workers Compensation Seminar – Total MCLE Credits: 6.0 including Ethics: 1.0
- 2019 Annual Workers Compensation Seminar – Total MCLE Credits: 6.50 including Ethics: 1.0
- 2020 Annual Workers Compensation Seminar – Total MCLE Credits: 5.50 including Ethics: 0.75
Kids’ Chance of Idaho provides scholarships to children of workers who have been injured or killed on the job. For more information and to download a scholarship application, please visit www.kidschanceofidaho.org.
Questions about eligibility? Want to make a donation? Please go to the website for more information. www.kidschanceofidaho.org.
If you are interested in joining the Workers Compensation Section, please register using the Section Registration Form.
Membership dues are as follows:
Standard Membership Dues – $40
Attorneys admitted to ISB 1 year or less – $20
To view the section’s by-laws, select: Workers Compensation Section By-Laws.
Kids’ Chance Program Liaison
The Workers Compensation Section of the Idaho State Bar presents information on this website as a service to our members and others who provide legal services to or are interested in the field of workers compensation. Our goal is to provide information, education, and networking in this complex area of the law.
While we strive to be accurate and timely and therefore hope to be a valuable resource to users of this site, nothing contained herein should be construed as legal advice and we make no warranty or guarantee concerning the accuracy or reliability of the content at this site or the other sites to which we link.