Jonathan (J.D.) Sater

Associate

Practice Areas:

Admitted:

  • Idaho State Bar (2013)
  • Wyoming State Bar (2014)

Education:

  • Thomas Edison State University, B.A. (2007)
  • Liberty University School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude (2013)

Publications:

Jonathan D. Sater, Note, Sackett v. EPA: The Murky Confluence of Due Process and Administrative Compliance Orders Under the Clean Water Act, 7 LIBERTY U. L. REV. 329 (2013).

Professional Affiliations:

  • American Inn of Court No. 130 (2015 – 2016)
  • Idaho State Bar Business and Corporate Law Section
  • Idaho State Bar Taxation, Probate, and Trust Law Section
  • Idaho State Bar Environment and Natural Resources Law Section
  • Idaho State Bar Real Property Section
  • Wyoming State Bar Energy and Natural Resources Law Section
  • Wyoming State Bar Young Lawyer’s Section (At-Large Board Member – 2015 – 2016)

Community Affiliations:

  • Ontario Chamber of Commerce

Personal Background:

Jonathan (J.D.) Sater was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. He received his B.A. in political science from Thomas Edison State University. While attending Liberty University School of Law, J.D. was a research assistant and an editorial board member of the Liberty University Law Review. He also participated in his law school’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance clinic, estate planning clinic, and the Business Transactions Legal Society. In 2013, J.D. graduated summa cum laude. Eager to move back West, J.D. had the honor of clerking first for the Hon. Keith G. Kautz of the Eighth Judicial District Court of Wyoming and later for the Hon. Daniel T. Eismann of the Idaho Supreme Court.

Between undergraduate and graduate school, J.D. greatly enjoyed two years in the beautiful mountainous and rural eastern part of Taiwan, where he taught English as a second language in public elementary schools. In his spare time, J.D. especially enjoys traveling and exploring the great outdoors primarily through hiking, skiing, hunting, and fly fishing. His other activities include volunteering in his church, singing with family and friends, piano, and history.