NATALIE H. HOLMAN is the litigation paralegal to Mr. Risley.  Her duties include drafting correspondence, pleadings, discovery, contracts, deeds, estate planning documents and leases; drafting mediation submittals; assisting in the drafting, proofreading and finalization of trial memoranda; organizing hearing and trial notebooks; attending mediations/arbitrations, court hearings and trials to assist Mr. Risley; and maintaining the office calendar and deadlines.

Prior to joining Mr. Risley’s office, Natalie was a litigation paralegal with a Pullman, Washington law firm from 1999 to 2004.

Natalie has been active in the Lewiston community by serving as an adjunct instructor in the legal support program at Lewis-Clark State College and actively serving as a member of IDALS . . .  the Association for Legal Professionals.  She was recently recognized by her peers as the IDALS “Member of the Year” for 2009-2010.  Natalie was also featured in the college textbook of Contract Law for Paralegals where she published an article entitled “Paralegal Prospective”.

Natalie received her A.A.S. and B.A.S. degrees from Lewis-Clark State College in 1999 and 2000.

Natalie is originally from Klamath Falls, Oregon, and resides with her family in Lewiston.

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