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Hispanic Cultural Center of Idaho
Idaho Women Lawyers Inc
Fellow Woman Lawyer
National Council of La Raza
American Bar Association
Member of the Idaho State Bar Worker's Compensation Section of Texas Hispanic Issues Section, Insurance Women
City of Pocatello
Vice-Chair for the Human Relations Advisory Committee
Bachelor of Arts degree
Idaho State University
Juris Doctor degree
Washburn University School of Law
Camacho Mendoza, the daughter of migrant farm workers, was born and raised in Pocatello.
In 1989 she started her law career at the Idaho Legal Aid Services and worked in the Migrant Law Unit. Now she owns her own law firm, Camacho Mendoza Coulter Law Group PLLC, where she practices in the areas of Indian law, workers compensation and business law. Before starting Camacho Mendoza Coulter Law Group PLLC, she was a partner at Anderson, Julian & Hull, LLP. Outside of her law practice, Camacho Mendoza is a motivational speaker with expertise in workplace leadership and diversity. She was one of many who were instrumental in establishing the Hispanic Cultural Center of Idaho. Camacho Mendoza received her undergraduate degree from Idaho State University and her law degree from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. Upon learning she was the winner of the Regence Latino Hero Award, Camacho Mendoza said, I was surprised because there are so many other people who also deserve this prize. All the same, I humbly accept it, and will share it with others to encourage them to continue giving back to the community. As the recipient of the Hero Award, Camacho Mendoza will receive $2,000, which she plans to donate to the Hispanic Cultural Center of Idaho. She will also be featured in a Regence advertising campaign.
Attorneys: Robert A. Anderson, Brian K. Julian, Chris H. Hansen, Phillip J. Collaer, Michael P. Stefanic, Amy G. White, Natalie C. Mendoza, Justin P. Aylsworth, Henry C. Rudolph , Randall L. Schmitz, Matthew O. Pappas, Jedd K. Jones, and Brian J. Coffey. Attorneys: Alan K. Hull, Natalie C. Mendoza, and Justin P. Aylsworth. Attorneys: Robert A. Anderson, Brian K. Julian, Chris H. Hansen, Phillip J. Collaer, Michael P. Stefanic, Natalie C. Mendoza, Amy G. White, Randall L. Schmitz, Matthew O. Pappas, and Henry C. Rudolph . Attorneys: Natalie C. Mendoza and Justin P. Aylsworth. NATALIE CAMACHO MENDOZAEmail email@example.com Professional Status: Senior associate with the law firm of Anderson, Julian & Hull, LLP.Her current practice is primarily in the area of worker's compensation defense, insurance, immigration and naturalization, and personal injury. Educational Background: She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Idaho State University.She obtained her Juris Doctor degree from Washburn University School of Law, Topeka, Kansas. Professional Affiliations: She is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the District of Idaho and all State Courts in Idaho and Texas.She is a member of the Idaho State Bar Worker's Compensation Section, American Bar Association, Hispanic National Bar Association, State Bar of Texas Hispanic Issues Section, Insurance Women of Boise, National Association of Insurance Women and Idaho Network for New Americans. Representative Cases: She has handled worker's compensation defense cases for various sureties and employers throughout Idaho.Her experience also includes insurance defense litigation cases involving premises and auto liability issues, as well as other matters involving employment issues.She also represents clients regarding employment related immigration matters and has practiced before the United States Department of Justice, Seattle Washington Immigration Court and the Board of Immigration Appeals. Employment History: After graduating from law school in 1989, she joined Idaho Legal Aid Service, Inc., where in 1992, she became a managing attorney and the Director of the Migrant Law Units.She relocated to San Antonio, Texas where she was employed with the insurance defense firms Plunkett, Gibson & Allen and Frank R. Rivas & Associates and in house Corporate Legal Counsel for State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Companies.In 1995, she returned to Idaho and joined the firm of Quane, Smith, Howard & Hull, where her practice focused primarily on worker's compensation defense. Affiliations, Lectures and Presentations: She is presently serving as vice-president of Image de Idaho, a member of the Hispanic Business Association and the National Council of La Raza.She has also served as a commissioner to Idaho's Commission on Hispanic Affairs and vice-chair for the City of Pocatello's Human Relations Advisory Committee.She has given lectures for the Hispanic Business Association, Boise State University Employee Association, Mujeres Unidas and Idaho's Hispanic Issues Training Conference on such topics as starting a business in Idaho, worker's compensation, voting rights, civil rights, the right to language and diversity in the workplace.
Natalie Camacho Mendoza
My friends, Judge Sergio Gutierrez and Natalie Camacho Mendoza, our fellow woman lawyer and HCCI board member, have made me aware of some very unfortunate news.
Donations may be directed to HCCI as indicated in the letter or in care of Natalie at:
Natalie Camacho Mendoza of Boise, Idaho; Sally Pederson of Des Natalie Camacho Mendoza is an attorney in Boise, Idaho, who is licensed in Idaho and Texas.She practices in the areas of worker's compensation, immigration law and American Indian law.Having grown up in poverty, Camacho Mendoza rose to manage her own private practice law firm.She has been active in Image de Idaho, a non-profit organization concerned with civil rights, employment and education of Idaho Hispanics, for which she