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Stacey L. Beaumont

Associate

Location:
Boise
Phone:
208.388.4881
Fax:
208.954.5221
Email:
sbeaumont@hawleytroxell.com

Biography

Stacey Beaumont is an associate in the firm’s Litigation practice group. Stacey has experience in personal and commercial insurance defense and employment litigation. She is licensed to practice in Idaho and Utah.

Stacey’s prior career was in emergency medicine where she spent almost 25 years before completing law school. Stacey graduated in the top ten of her class from Concordia University School of Law. While in law school, Stacey did over 220 hours of pro bono work, founded Concordia University Women’s Law Society, and was an Associate Editor for the Concordia Law Review. After starting her litigation practice, Stacey completed her masters of law in litigation management at Baylor University School of Law.

In her free time, Stacey enjoys exploring Idaho’s mountains and history.

BAR ADMISSIONS

Idaho

Utah

PROFESSIONAL/COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS

Idaho Women Lawyers, Member

Women Lawyers of Utah, Member

Idaho State Bar Association – Litigation and Health Law Sections; Committee Member-at-Large

Utah State Bar Association – Litigation Section

Idaho Association of Defense Counsel, Member

Pro Bono attorney, over 220 hours

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Idaho Business Review’s Leaders in Law–Associates, 2022

EDUCATION

Law School:

Baylor University School of Law, LL.M. Litigation Management, 2022

Concordia University School of Law, J.D., 2017

Concordia University Law Review, Associate Editor

Graduate:

University of Phoenix, M.B.A, 2008

Undergraduate:

University of Phoenix, B.S. Health Administration, 2006

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