United States Bankruptcy Court

Welcome to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Idaho.

We hope this website will provide useful information about the Court, its operations and its processes, and answer many of the questions you might have. Please let us know if you have suggestions to improve the site. 

Below you can find the latest news from the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Idaho. 


Bankruptcy Calendars

The calendar updates as new information becomes available and is subject to change without notice. To schedule a hearing, contact the courtroom deputies.

Proposed Dates for Chief Judge Terry L. Myers 2018
(Revised 11/15/17)
Proposed Dates for Judge Jim D. Pappas 2017
(Revised 2/15/17)
341(a) Meeting of Creditor Dates 2018
Bankruptcy ECF downtime- March 22 & 23
Mar 18, 2018
The Bankruptcy Court ECF system will be down the evening of March 22 and early morning of March 23 for maintenance.
Updated Means Testing Data Effective April 1, 2018
Mar 15, 2018
Updated Census Bureau Data applicable to cases filed on or after April 1, 2018 is now available on the US Trustee's website.
Brown Bag CLE - Boise - May 23rd at noon
Mar 12, 2018
Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Passage of the 14th Amendment.
April 1st Deadline for 2018 Civics Contest
Mar 07, 2018
Just a few weeks remain for Idaho high school students to enter the 2018 Civics Contest.
Term Law Clerk Vacancy Announcement
Feb 28, 2018
The District of Idaho is now accepting applications for a term law clerk to the Honorable Joseph M. Meier in Boise.
The Federal Lawyer - Featuring Judge Dale
Feb 23, 2018
The Honorable Candy Wagahoff Dale is featured in the January/February 2018 issue of The Federal Lawyer.
New Bankruptcy Judge Appointed
Feb 21, 2018
The Court of Appeals Appoints New Bankruptcy Judge for the District of Idaho
Operations Specialist Vacancy
Feb 08, 2018
The District of Idaho is now accepting applications for a full-time Operations Specialist in Pocatello.
2018 Civics Contest
Jan 30, 2018
150 Years After Ratification of the 14th Amendment: What Does Equal Protection Mean to Students?