How does it work? YOU make it work. Idaho Volunteer Lawyers Program and Idaho Legal Aid Services depend on the dedication and generosity of Idaho attorneys. Whether you choose to take a case, act as a mentor to another attorney or volunteer at one of our free legal clinics, your time truly makes a difference.
We'd like to introduce you to one of our volunteers. Meet Judge Bromley!
Preferred name: Rebecca Bromley
Hometown: I am an Army brat: born in WV, grew up in VA, KS, KY, W. Germany; went to HS in KS, college in MA and law school at UVA.
After marriage my husband and I moved to Colorado Springs where we spent our workings lives. I practiced law for 10 years and then went on the bench.
My judicial career was primarily lower level criminal and then general civil, domestic and probate. I retired in 2010 and then did mediation and arbitration until moving out to Idaho in 2015 to spend more time with our son, Chris, a water lawyer, his wife and our only grandchild.
Favorite IVLP volunteer moment?
I am enjoying volunteering at the legal clinics. I still have some legal skills and enjoy putting them to use.
Why do you make the time to do pro bono service? What does it mean to you?
It puts a smile on my face when I can help someone with their legal troubles. The law is so complicated and intimidating.
Thank you, Judge Bromley!
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