Nolan E. Wittrock
Nolan specializes in litigation, estate planning, municipal law, and American Indian law. He has experience in a variety of litigation areas, including personal injury, employment law, and products liability. He has worked in various aspects of estate planning and administration, including wills, trusts, and probates. He handles civil work for the City of American Falls and is a licensed tribal advocate on the Ft. Hall Reservation.
Nolan takes a level-headed approach to solving legal issues. He focuses on solving clients’ legal challenges effectively and efficiently, emphasizing cost-effective solutions. He has handled cases in both Idaho state and federal courts and in tribal court. He also has experience in administrative law, having appeared in cases before the Idaho Department of Lands and Idaho Department of Labor.Personal Information
Nolan is a longtime resident of Pocatello. He lives there with his wife Kori, a pharmacy student at Idaho State University. Outside the practice of law, Nolan enjoys camping, backpacking, photography, film, and disc golf.Professional Activities
Nolan is admitted to practice law before all Idaho state and federal courts and on the Fort Hall Reservation.Academic Degrees
Nolan earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Boise State University in 2009, graduating magna cum laude. He received his law degree from the University of Idaho in 2012. He has a minor in philosophy.
J.D., University of Idaho, 2012
B.S., Boise State University, 2009
Magna Cum Laude
Idaho State Bar