DAVID R. RISLEY is the sole member in the Lewiston law firm of Risley Law Office, PLLC.  His practice areas include commercial and real estate litigation, construction law, corporate law, and representing creditors in bankruptcy matters.  Mr. Risley’s recent efforts have focused on boundary line and easement disputes where he has represented
both private parties and corporate entities.  Mr. Risley also has broad experience in local government and land use planning, landlord/tenant law, foreclosures, collections and Indian law.  Mr. Risley’s recent litigation activities include practice in the Idaho and Washington
state courts, the U.S. District Courts and the American
Arbitration Association.

Prior to opening his own office, Mr. risley was a partner in the Lewiston law firm of Randall, Blake & Cox, PLLC from 1985 to 2009.

Prior to that time, Mr. Risley had a private practice in St. Anthony, Idaho and later served as the Deputy City Attorney in Lewiston and the Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Nez Perce County.

Mr. Risley has been active in his community by serving as a visiting professor at the University of Idaho Law School and Lewis Clark-State College, and as a Judge Pro-Tem for the Nez Perce Tribe.  Mr. Risley was recently awarded the Idaho State Bar Association “Professionalism Award” for 2010.

He received his A.A. degree from North Idaho College in 1970; his B.S. degree from Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon in 1972, and J.D. degree from the University of Idaho in 1975.  He is a member of the Idaho and Washington State Bar Associations.


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