United States District & Bankruptcy Courts
Welcome

The District of Idaho Clerk of Court, Stephen W. Kenyon, welcomes you to the U.S. District and Bankruptcy Courts for the District of Idaho.  We are one of 15 districts in the Ninth Circuit which spans 9 western states. Idaho is proud to be one of only six consolidated District and Bankruptcy Clerks' Offices within the federal judiciary.

The U.S. Courts for the District of Idaho was created with statehood in 1890. Our offices are located in Boise, Coeur d'Alene, and Pocatello.  

We trust this website will give some insight into the functions of the U.S. Courts and how the Clerk's Office can better serve the people of the State of Idaho.


FBA Case Summaries - September 2020
Sep 15, 2020
FBA CLE Program October 29, 2020 via Zoom
Sep 15, 2020
Compassionate Release and the First Step Act - Guest speakers:  Miles Pope and Justin Whatcott.
Assignment of BK Cases and Adversary Proceedings
Aug 31, 2020
General Order 372 was issued on August 31, superceding General Order 371 re assignment of BK cases and adversary proceedings.
U.S. Trustee Program
Aug 31, 2020
U.S. Trustee Program Extends Telephonic or Video Section 341 Meeting
 - August 28, 2020
 
Appointment of Bankruptcy Judge Noah G. Hillen
Aug 28, 2020
CJA Application Announcement
Aug 28, 2020
Please note applications are due by October 31, 2020.
Jason Naess Appointed as Assistant U.S. Trustee
Aug 24, 2020
District of Idaho
New Appointments to Ch 7 Panel of Trustees
Aug 24, 2020
District of Idaho
General Order 371 Assignment of BK Cases
Jul 31, 2020
Assignment of Bankruptcy Cases and Adversary Proceedings to Bankruptcy Judges
U.S.Trustee Program Extends Video Conferencing
Jun 19, 2020
U.S. Trustees Office continuing with video/telephonic 341a meetings through October 10th.

Mission Statement


The mission of the United States District and Bankruptcy Courts for the District of Idaho is to provide an impartial and accessible forum for the just, timely and economical resolution of legal proceedings within the jurisdiction of the Courts, so as to preserve judicial independence, protect individual rights and liberties, and promote public trust and confidence.