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Amy M. J. Knight

Associate

Location:
Boise
Phone:
208.388.4975
Fax:
208.954.5244
Email:
aknight@hawleytroxell.com

Biography

Amy M. J. Knight is an associate in the firm’s Real Estate and Banking practice groups. Amy’s practice primarily focuses on business, real estate, and loan transactions, as well as alcohol licensing.

Amy is an avid reader, gardener and genealogist, tracing her family line from the Mayflower to Idaho Territory, her ancestors having come west before Idaho’s statehood.

BAR ADMISSIONS

Idaho

PROFESSIONAL/COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS

Idaho Volunteer Lawyers Program

Leadership Boise, Class of 2022-2024

BOMA Idaho, Member

Idaho Women Lawyers, Member

Urban Land Institute (ULI), Associate Member

Idaho State Bar – Business & Corporate, Commercial Law & Bankruptcy, and Real Property Sections

Girl Scouts of Silver Sage

Daughters of the American Revolution

Environmental Law Institute

International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Member

EDUCATION

Law School:

Concordia University School of Law, J.D. magna cum laude, 2020

Undergraduate:

Boise State University, B.A. English Writing, 2011

Paralegal Certificate:

Boise State University, Paralegal Studies Certificate, 2011

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

Podcast: Attorney Time with Hawley Troxell, Episode 15, “Home Owners’ Associations part 2,” July 2023

Training presentation: “Business Organizations 102,” July 2023

“Idaho Liquor License Update,” Hawley Troxell Wine Brew and Spirits Blog, June 2023

Training presentation: “Business Organizations 101,” May 2023

Podcast: Attorney Time with Hawley Troxell, Episode 13, “Home Owners’ Associations,” March 2023

Training presentation: “Closing Document Packages in Transactions,” January 2023

Training presentation: “Title and Survey Review 101,” October 2022

Training presentation: “Idaho Notary Training,” September 2022

“Tips for Lenders in Using SNDAs, Tenant Estoppel Certificates, and Lease Review Forms,” Hawley Troxell Banking Blog, August 2022

“Why am I hearing LIBOR in the news?”, Hawley Troxell Banking Blog, February 2021

Featured: Extraordinary Associate Attorneys, City Lifestyle Boise,
November 2020

Training presentation: “Commercial Real Estate Financing: Due Diligence & Loan Documentation,” March 2020

Training presentation: “Reviewing Environmental Insurance Policies,” November 2019

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