Party: No party
City: Rupert, Idaho
Education: Bachelor’s degree, law degree, and a master’s degree in international management from the University of Denver.
Work experience: An attorney in private practice in Rupert, Brody has operated her practice for the past eight years, and previously was a partner in a Twin Falls law firm for 13 years. Past president of the Fifth District Bar Association.
Political experience: First run for office.
Family: Married. Has two children.
The Idaho Farm Bureau Federation’s endorsement of Curt McKenzie for an Idaho Supreme Court opening has raised some eyebrows, as the Farm Bureau is a nonprofit, which typically means an organization can’t support or oppose any candidate for public office. But Farm Bureau spokesman John…
Three of the candidates seeking an open Idaho Supreme Court seat were highly rated in a survey of members of the Idaho State Bar, but the fourth, state Sen. Curt McKenzie, drew much lower ratings from lawyers across the state, who rated the candidates on factors including integrity, independence, judicial temperament and legal experience.
State Bar survey finds Gutierrez, Brody tied for top scores, Strong second, McKenzie trailing way behind
The Idaho State Bar survey is out, surveying attorneys in Idaho about the four candidates for the Idaho Supreme Court. The results: Robyn Brody and Sergio Gutierrez tied for the top rankings, both getting an overall average score, statewide, of 3.58 out of 4. Clive…
The top race on the Idaho ballot on May 17 isn’t in either the Republican or Democratic primary – it’s the nonpartisan race for an open seat on the Idaho Supreme Court, a rare contested race that’s drawn four candidates. Everyone who votes in the primary election, regardless of party, can vote in the Supreme Court race.
Today is the second in my four-part, online series of profiles of the candidates seeking an open seat on the Idaho Supreme Court in the May 17 election; today’s profile is of Robyn Brody, a Rupert attorney. Here’s the full story: Robyn Brody’s law office in downtown Rupert is…
Robyn Brody’s law office in downtown Rupert is right next door to the police station and not far from the courthouse and City Hall. “I get a lot of walk-in traffic,” she said.
The four candidates in a rare contested race for an open seat on the Idaho Supreme Court faced off in a two-hour forum this week sponsored by the state bar, and got a chance to highlight their differences and what each would bring to Idaho’s highest court.
Here are excerpts from the closing statements of the four candidates for Idaho Supreme Court justice at today’s Idaho State Bar forum: Clive Strong: “This is an important election. … The next justice that’s going to serve on the Supreme Court will be making decisions…
Each of the candidates for Idaho Supreme Court was asked how they see the job of being a judge, as they seek a seat on the state’s highest court; here are their answers: Robyn Brody: “It’s the trial court’s job to make a decision, and…