William L. Herrington Biography

William L. Herrington has practiced law in the State of Idaho for more than 40 years. Will’s law practice includes an emphasis on local government, property law, including real estate, land use, development and administrative law. Will also does substantial work in the area of probate, trusts and wills. In addition to working with individuals and property owners, representative clients include numerous cities, counties, school districts, water and sewer districts, fire districts, homeowners’ associations, property owners and developers. Will attended Law School at both the University of Washington and the University of Oregon.

 

Will organizes and lectures at numerous workshops throughout Idaho on issues of land use, planning, zoning, subdivisions, standards for development, administrative and meeting procedures, municipal fee structures and local government issues. He has taught classes on law and government at the University of Idaho College of Law and at Idaho State University.

 

Will is a member of the American Planning Association, the Idaho State Bar Association, the Real Property and Probate Sections of the Idaho Bar, the International Municipal Attorneys Association and numerous attorney and planning Associations. Will has acted as the President and the Secretary/Treasurer for Idaho Municipal Attorneys, Inc., an Association he helped found. Will has also served on the legislative committee for the Association of Idaho Cities.

 

Will has served as the City Attorney for the and as legal counsel for numerous cities and other local governments, including (but not limited to) the Idaho cities of Moscow, Pocatello, Sandpoint, Post Falls, Potlatch, Troy, Kendrick, and Bovill, as well as Latah and Bonner Counties.

 

Will believes that dedicated and competent service to clients is the critical aspect of his practice, but that improving the community one lives in is also extremely important. Will has served as a board member and officer on numerous local service organizations, including the United Way, the Prichard Art Gallery, the Washington Idaho Symphony and Rendezvous in the Park. He has donated legal services to countless other charitable non-profit organizations.

Field K. Herrington Biography

Field K. Herrington has practiced law in the State of Idaho since October 2017. Field grew up in North Idaho and has deep ties to the community he was born in Moscow, Idaho and is a graduate from Moscow High School. Throughout high school Field worked as a line cook at the Breakfast Club a popular Moscow restaurant. After Graduating from High School Field travelled to Seattle in hopes of pursuing a culinary career. He quickly found employment as a pantry chef at 13 Coins in Seattle.

 

While he enjoyed cooking he was offered an opportunity to change careers when he obtained a position as a Senior Project Coordinator with FedEx Kinkos (later FedEx Office) at their busy downtown Seattle location. This senior position allowed him to hone his leadership skills as he worked with others to oversee projects from beginning to end. It was during his time here that he began to work towards a college degree.

He began this journey at Edmonds Community College in Lynnwood, Washington where he obtained his Associates Degree and an Advanced Paralegal Certificate. After finishing his Associates Degree he was accepted into Washington State University to continue his education. Field graduated from WSU with a Bachelor's in Political Science and a minor in Sociology. 

Field was then accepted and attended the University of Idaho College of Law where he obtained his Juris Doctor. He believes in giving back to his community and was a volunteer and later co-leader of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance clinic where he earned honors for providing over 80 hours of volunteer pro bono time assisting individuals and families in filing their taxes. 

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