Hon. Robyn M. Brody
Justice Robyn Brody practiced law for nearly 20 years in the Magic Valley until her election to the Idaho Supreme Court in November of 2016. She graduated from the University of Denver, earning a law degree and a master’s degree in international business. Justice Brody moved to Twin Falls with her husband after law school and practiced law there for 13 years. Justice Brody and her family moved to Rupert in 2010 where she started her own law firm.
Justice Brody serves as the vice chief of the Idaho Supreme Court. She chairs the Pro Bono Commission, the Language Access Committee, and the Civil Rules Committee. She is an adjunct professor at Concordia Law School where she teaches a trial skills practicum and a small law firm management practicum. She spends time volunteering to strengthen Idaho’s legal community by participating in numerous continuing legal education seminars and serving as a mentor and presenter at the Idaho Trial Skills Academy, a new lawyer training program. Her favorite part of a being a Supreme Court Justice is having the privilege of giving tours of the Supreme Court to many of Idaho’s fifth graders.
Justice Brody and her husband have been married for nearly 24 years, and the couple have two active boys, ages 12 and 14. She enjoys spending time with her boys in numerous sports and activities, including football, wrestling, and skiing. She is an active member of the Catholic Church and is a past president of the School Board of St. Nicholas Catholic School.