The Idaho Business Review published an article on 6/22 announcing the 2023 Women of the Year Awards, which honored associate Brittaney Bones. The Idaho Business Review recognizes 50 Women of the Year across a wide array of talented entrepreneurs and leaders in a robust variety of professional industries. This year there were 124 nominations and honorees were selected based on professional achievement, leadership, mentorship, and community service.
“The Idaho Business Review has been recognizing the achievements of professional women for 18 years now, and I am excited to be able to honor these 50 amazing women from across the state,” said Idaho Business Review Publisher Cindy Suffa.
Bones is spearheading the opening of the firm’s new office in Meridian, Idaho. She is a hands-on legal professional who prioritizes client goals and discovering innovative solutions to reach their desired outcome. In Idaho, Bones is the face of the firm and serves as the main point of contact for assisting clients with legal needs in Community Association Law (Planned Communities), Assessment Collections & Foreclosure, Land Use, Landlord/Tenant Law, and Real Estate Law. She deeply understands the Idaho community and is fueled by the desire to help support and uplift her fellow Idahoans.
“Brittaney is a fierce advocate for her clients; this defines the approach to her legal practice,” said T. Beau Ellis, Managing Partner. “She takes immense pride in understanding her clients’ complex issues, anticipating unforeseen problems, and identifying actionable solutions that benefit them. Brittaney goes above and beyond, providing legal counsel by developing meaningful and holistic relationships with her clients.”
An awards gala will be hosted at the Boise Center on September 14. The honorees are invited to attend a meet-and-greet reception, where they will have the opportunity to connect and network.