June 2018 Bar Bulletin
By Stacey L. Romberg
(First of Four Parts)
This article is the first of four installments exploring the stories, lessons and advice of high-level athletes who went on to become successful solo and small-firm attorneys.
Before becoming an attorney, I played tennis. I worked hard to become a ranked junior, both in my home state of Idaho and in the Intermountain region section,1 winning a high school state doubles championship and then continuing to play tennis for two years at Idaho State University.
From age 11 through 18, I enjoyed competing against five outstanding young women who consistently achieved the top Idaho rankings in...