Craig Brian Marcus

Title: Lawyer
Company:
Marcus, Hardee & Davies
Location: Boise, Idaho, United States

Craig Brian Marcus, Lawyer at Marcus, Hardee & Davies, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in trial law.

Mr. Marcus’ father was an attorney who represented El Paso Natural Gas, which inspired Mr. Marcus to enter the same field. He prepared for his career at Boise Junior College in 1958, at the University of Pennsylvania from 1958 to 1959, and at Mexico City College from 1959 to 1960. He continued his academic pursuits, attending the University of Idaho College of Law, earning a JD in 1963. During his time as a student, Mr. Marcus worked as a firefighter on the fires that burned through the West, and his greatest achievement was surviving some of those experiences.

Growing up in a family of lawyers, Mr. Marcus had an idea of his future career path since he was a child. Beginning with his father, he has four generations of lawyers in his family, and has been a partner at Marcus, Hardee & Davies since 1963. Within the firm, three generations of the lawyers in Mr. Marcus’ family are represented. Admitted to practice law by the U.S. Courts for the District of Idaho and by the Idaho State Bar, he served as the chairman of the judicial campaign for the Idaho Court of Appeals in 1984 and 1990.

Mr. Marcus has excelled as the Ada County director for Representative Congressional Campaigns from 1964 to 1966, and as the Ada County coordinator for the Representative Senatorial Campaigns in 1969. Notably, he received an award for 50 Years of Service to the Legal Profession from the Idaho State Bar in 2013 and is the author of “Divorce in Idaho,” published in 2018. In order to remain updated on developments in the field, Mr. Marcus has maintained affiliation with the Fourth District Bar Association, the Lincoln Day Banquet Association and the Idaho Bar Association, for which he served on the peer review committee from 1971 to 1973.

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