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Attorney Michael Hales is a faculty member of Brigham Young University - Idaho. Attorney Becki Lyn Skidmore is also an employee of Brigham Young University - Idaho. However, the views and opinions expressed by them on this website are their own and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Brigham Young University - Idaho or its related entities.
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Michael Hales is licensed to practice law in Idaho and Florida. He may appear in the state courts of Idaho and Florida as well as the federal courts in Idaho. Becki Lyn Skidmore is licensed to practice law in Idaho and Texas. We may affiliate with attorneys in other jurisdictions.
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