Julie Marsh Seiniger works diligently to create a “client-focused” culture at Seiniger Law. Julie recognizes how difficult it is for clients to go through many of the processes involved in legal cases and is dedicated to administering the activities of Seiniger Law’s staff so that clients are supported every step of the way.
Graduating from Purdue University (B.S. with honors) and from George Washington University Law School (J.D.), Julie accepted a position as one of the first female attorneys in the legal department of what was then the Boise Cascade Corporation and relocated to Boise in the early 1980s. She is a Phi Beta Kappa and is admitted to the bar in Washington, D.C., Indiana and Idaho.
Julie spends much of her time outside of work volunteering with the Alzheimer's Association and spending time with hospice patients. She has organized and led homeschooling and writing groups, and has volunteered in her childrens’ schools, La Leche League, Idaho Families with Children from Asia, and the Junior League of Boise.
Julie Seiniger was a contributing writer to the Boise/Treasure Valley Family magazine for many years on topics such as parenting, adoption, travel, local attractions and lifestyle. She is also a licensed massage therapist.
Julie Seiniger and her husband Breck have four children and share a love of Idaho’s great outdoors.