Alycia T. Moss
Attorney at Law
Alycia T. Moss graduated magna cum laude from the University of Colorado at Denver in 1996, receiving her degree in History. Alycia earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Idaho, College of Law in 2005, the same year she was licensed to practice law in Idaho.
Before law school, Alycia lived and studied in Russia and was a small business owner. She spent a year studying at St. Petersburg State University and she built, operated, and managed a guest ranch in eastern Idaho. During law school she was the student government vice president, law clerk for the Ambassador for War Crimes Issues at the U.S. State Department, exchange student at Skope Law School in Macedonia, and a published student author in the Michigan State International Law Review.
After law school, she served three and a half years as a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas W. Steptoe, Jr., circuit court judge, 23rd Judicial Circuit, Charles Town, West Virginia. Because of Charles Town's proximity to Washington, D.C., she advised the judge on major felony criminal cases and multi-million-dollar civil cases. After taking a break to have her daughters, she returned to work as an immigration attorney in 2012.
When not helping immigrants navigate the labyrinth of U.S. immigration law, Alycia loves reading, movies, hiking, running, biking, CrossFit, skiing, and spending time with her daughters, especially outside.
American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
Congressional Liaison Committee
Eastern Washington Section, Vice Chair
Idaho First District Bar Association
Idaho State Bar Association
International Law Section (Idaho State Bar)
At-Large Council Member
Idaho Volunteer Lawyer’s Program
Idaho State Bar Professional Conduct Board
Idaho State Bar Exam Grader
Kootenai Environmental Alliance, Board Member