Brian Wonderlich Appointed Idaho Governor-Elect's Transition Committee Chair

Boise Partner Brian Wonderlich, a former Deputy Attorney General for the State of Idaho, has been appointed as Chair of Idaho Governor-elect Brad Little’s Transition Committee. The Transition Committee will work with Governor-elect Little to help him form his administration and identify and screen candidates for the Governor’s Cabinet and Staff. All members of the Transition Committee will serve as unpaid volunteers.

Wonderlich said, “I have known Governor-elect Brad Little for nearly 15 years. He has a great vision to continue driving growth in Idaho’s economy and he will be an outstanding governor for all Idahoans. I’m honored to serve as Chair of his Transition Committee and look forward to working with the Committee and Governor-elect Little to create an experienced, dedicated team that will help him carry out his vision and goals for our state.”

Wonderlich is an Idaho native with an extensive history of public and community service. He was appointed to the Civil Justice Reform Task Force by the Chief Justice of the Idaho Supreme Court in 2017, he ran Governor-elect Brad Little’s re-election campaign for Idaho State Senate in 2004, and he has previously served as a Deputy Attorney General for the State of Idaho. Additionally, he serves on the Idaho State Bar Character and Fitness committee and has been a member of the Boys and Girls Club of Ada County’s Board of Directors since 2011. Wonderlich embraces Holland & Hart’s pro bono commitment, regularly providing legal assistance to those who could not otherwise afford representation.

Wonderlich is a partner with the firm’s litigation and real estate and construction practices, with substantial experience in state and federal courts and before state and federal administrative bodies.


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