I grew up in Missoula but went to school at Montana State University to get a B.S. in chemical engineering. After working at the Hanford site in Washington, I returned to Missoula for... more
I grew up in Missoula but went to school at Montana State University to get a B.S. in chemical engineering. After working at the Hanford site in Washington, I returned to Missoula for law school. I started as an intern at Worden Thane in 1994 and graduated from law school in 1996 when I was hired as an associate. Starting in 1999, I began working on complex litigation involving profess... view profile
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