Jenna Furman | Associate
Jenna Furman is an experienced litigator with a current practice in insurance defense and general civil litigation matters. She is licensed as an attorney in Idaho and Michigan. She joined Anderson, Julian & Hull as an associate attorney in 2023.
Ms. Furman practices law because she enjoys combining creative thinking and legal analysis to form new and interesting perspectives on her cases and legal matters. She also has a love for legal research, writing, and editorial work.
Ms. Furman moved to Boise in 2019 for its easy access to the outdoors and sunny skies. She has stayed due to her deep appreciation for the community and all it has to offer. She grew up in a rural town in Upstate New York and spent several years living in the Midwest. In her free time, Ms. Furman travels frequently, but she is also likely to be found cooking, hiking, reading, or listening to live music somewhere in Boise.
- Idaho State Bar (2020-present)
- State Bar of Michigan (2014-present)
- Idaho Women Lawyers, Board of Directors
- Richard C. Fields American Inns of Court
- The Advocate Editorial Advisory Board
- Court-Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Programs Committee Member and Pro Bono Attorney
- Fourth Judicial District Pro Bono Committee
Boise Metro Chamber, Member
University of Rochester, B.A. in English Literature, Minor in Classical Studies (2011), cum laude
- Take Five Scholar, a fifth-year tuition-free academic fellowship in Italian Studies (2010-2011)
- English Honors Student (2010)
- Katharine Augustra Hollister Memorial Prize in English (2010)
Syracuse University College of Law, J.D. (2014)
- Pro Bono and Community Service Honors
- Impunity Watch Law Journal, Managing Editor (2013-2014)
- Syracuse Journal of Science and Technology Law, Lead Articles Editor (2013-2014)
- Public Interest Network Fellow (2012-2014)
Book Note, 30 SYRACUSE J. SCI. & TECH. LAW 160 (Spring 2014), I Know What You’re Thinking: Brain Imaging and Mental Privacy (Sarah Richmond et al. eds., 2012).
- Worker’s Compensation
Alan graduated from the University of Idaho with a Bachelor of Science in 1969, majoring in zoology and chemistry. He obtained a juris doctorate degree from the University of Idaho in 1973 and was Editor in Chief of the Idaho Law Review for the 1972-1973 school year.
Admitted to United States District Court of the District Idaho and all courts of the State of Idaho.
The Honorable Charles R. Donaldson, Justice, Idaho Supreme Court.