Having been in practice for 42 years, Alan Hull still finds each day to be exciting and full of challenges. A native of Idaho, born in Moscow, Idaho, and raised in Wallace, Idaho, Alan graduated from the University of Idaho with a Bachelor of Science in 1969, majoring in zoology and chemistry. While an undergraduate, he played on the University of Idaho varsity golf team.
He obtained a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Idaho in 1973 and was Editor in Chief of the Idaho Law Review for the 1972-1973 school year.
After graduation, he moved to Boise, Idaho, where he clerked for Justice Charles R. Donaldson of the Idaho Supreme Court. Following his clerkship, he joined the Ada County Prosecuting Attorney’s office and rose to the position of Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney of the Civil Division.
In 1975, he went into private practice and was a principal in the firm of Quane, Smith, Howard & Hull, until 1998.
In 1998, he was one of three principals in the formation of the law firm in Anderson, Julian & Hull, where he continues to practice.