Colin was raised in Billings. He graduated from the University of Wyoming in 2008 with a B.A. in History. Colin attended the University of Montana School of Law and graduated with honors in 2012. After graduation, Colin served as a law clerk to Judge Susan Watters in both state and federal court. While with Judge Watters, Colin gained valuable insight while observing attorneys practice in a variety of settings. After his clerkship, Colin worked at the accomplished law firm of Bishop, Heenan & Davies, where he was mentored by some of the best attorneys in Montana. In September 2017, Colin opened his own firm in downtown Billings.
Colin loves practicing law in his hometown and representing consumers and injured parties. Representing individuals is Colin’s passion, and he always puts his clients first. He is admitted to practice in Montana state and federal courts. Colin is also a member of the Montana Trial Lawyers Association, American Association for Justice, and the Yellowstone Area Bar Association. He has given several presentations to fellow attorneys on insurance coverage issues, legal research, and practicing in federal court.
While based in Billings, Colin practices throughout Montana. He has appeared in cases in state district court, federal district court, and before the Montana Supreme Court.
In their free time, Colin and his wife try to keep up with their three young sons. Hoping to eventually break through to the ranks of professional coaching, he coaches youth baseball, basketball, and soccer. Colin also enjoys Montana’s outdoors by fishing, hunting, and hiking. An avid sports fan, he strangely enjoys having his heart broken every summer by his beloved Colorado Rockies.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.