Bonnie Watkins

Associate Attorney


Bonnie Watkins is an Associate Attorney at Singleton Schreiber and is part of the mass torts practice. Ms. Watkins focuses on cases involving numerous plaintiffs affected by similar harms, including consumer class action cases, unfair business practice claims, and environmental cases. 

Before joining Singleton Schreiber, Ms. Watkins clerked for the 7th Judicial District in Idaho, before joining the Prosecuting Attorney's office in Bonneville County, Idaho. Currently, Ms. Watkins is working on a class action case against U-Haul for their encouragement of uninsured motorists to rent their vehicles, resulting in high economic losses when an accident occurs.  

Bonnie Watkins graduated from the J. Reuben Clark Law School in 2019 and is barred in Idaho, Utah, the United States District Court of Idaho, and the United States Bankruptcy Court of Idaho. During law school, Ms. Wakins practiced on the Trial Advocacy Team, where she represented BYU in Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado. Ms. Watkins is also a graduate from Brigham Young University with a BA in English & Literature/Letters in 2015. 

Bonnie spends her leisure time with her husband and her two young, very energetic little boys. They enjoy going on family hikes and traveling to see new parts of the country. When she has spare time, Bonnie enjoys archery, playing the piano, and playing racquetball. 

Practice Areas


Brigham Young University - Idaho, B.A., English, 2015 

Brigham Young University, J. Rueben Clark Law School, J.D., 2019 



  • Idaho 
  • Utah 
  • United States District Court of Idaho 
  • United States Bankruptcy Court of Idaho 


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