Aubrey D. Lyon
Aubrey has a litigation practice in Idaho and Oregon. His practice includes medical malpractice defense, professional liability defense, construction defect, products liability, personal injury, insurance, and property damage. Aubrey is a member of the Idaho and Oregon State Bars and was selected to the Super Lawyers Mountain States Rising Stars list.
Aubrey grew up in the Seattle, Washington area. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon in 2001, majoring in studio art with a minor in Japanese language. During college, Aubrey participated in a language intensive overseas program in Osaka, Japan. After graduating from college, Aubrey developed a bicycle distribution business supplying independent bicycle dealers in the United States with bicycles and parts. In this position, Aubrey managed a network of independent sales representatives across the United States and managed United States accounts for a Taiwanese trading company.
In 2009, Aubrey graduated from Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. During law school, Aubrey was a Legal Writing teaching assistant and participated in the Jessup Moot Court team during his second and third years in law school. Upon graduation, Aubrey was selected by the faculty of Lewis and Clark Law School as a member of the Cornelius Honor Society, which is a society of law school students who have distinguished themselves by their scholarship, leadership, and contribution to the law school community. During law school, Aubrey performed a summer externship with the Oregon Tax Court and worked as an Oregon Certified Law Student for Kahn & Ifversen, a law firm in Portland, Oregon.
Aubrey is an attorney with the firm, and he speaks Mandarin Chinese.
- Lewis and Clark College (2001)
- Lewis and Clark Law School (2009)
- Idaho State Courts
- United States District Court for the District of Idaho
- Oregon State Courts
- United States District Court for the District of Oregon
- Author of Idaho chapter of Reasonable Expectations: Interpreting Insurance Policies in Common Law Jurisdictions(2016)