Drew Parkinson

    Drew focuses his practice in the areas of real estate and land use, civil and commercial litigation, property disputes, estate planning, and business law.

    Drew attended Utah State University, obtaining a degree with honors in Business and Finance. Drew then graduated from the University of Idaho College of Law, located in Moscow, Idaho, prior to being admitted to practice in Utah and returning to work in Park City, Utah. After living and working in Park City for several years, Drew and his family decided to return to his native city Logan, Utah, to continue to raise their family where he grew up. Since that time, Drew has become licensed to practice in Idaho, and enjoys practicing and assisting clients with a broad spectrum of legal issues in both states.

    In his free time, Drew likes to spend time with his wife and three kids. He is an avid skier, fly-fisher, and golfer. In addition, he loves to watch any and all sports and can often be found attending various Utah professional sports team games.

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