Autumn E. Smith
Autumn graduated from High School in the Pacific Northwest in 2001. After completing her first two years of college at Shoreline Community College, she attended the University of Montana, where she majored in Social Work and minored in Psychology. During her Social Work Practicum, she worked with youth in a clinical setting who had behavior and emotional difficulties. When she graduated, she returned to the Pacific Northwest. After obtaining her paralegal certificate and working as a legal assistant for nearly 4 years for a family law attorney, Autumn decided to attend law school. Pursuant to that desire, she moved to Moscow, Idaho, where she attended the University of Idaho College of Law, and graduated with her J.D. in 2020 in the top 20% of her class. While in law school, Autumn was a Law Clerk/Paralegal for a family law firm in Alaska. She also worked at the legal aid clinic at her law school, where she assisted clients in family law matters who were unable to afford an attorney. After graduation, Autumn again returned to the Pacific Northwest to build her legal practice and reputation within her home region. Since starting her practice, she has continued to primarily practice family law.
As a family law attorney, Autumn has integrated her compassionate nature and her love for law to help others going through a difficult transitional period in their life. She aims to negotiate a fair resolution through discussions, mediation and settlement, or advocate for her clients at trial if needed.
When not helping others with their legal needs, Autumn enjoys spending time with her daughter and enjoys kayaking, backpacking, hiking, climbing and anything related to the great outdoors.
- University of Idaho College of Law, Boise, Idaho, Boise, Idaho
- Central Washington University
- Major: Law and Justice
- Edmonds Community College, Paralegal Certificate
- University of Montana
- Major: Social Work
- Minor: Psychology
- Shoreline Community College, A.A. Degree