Liberty County, Montana Government & Administrative Lawyers

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Cascade County, Mt Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer with 16 years experience
(406) 452-2881 5311 13th St S
Great Falls, MT 59405
Administrative, Business and Native American
Scott Peterson
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Lewis and Clark County, MT Gov & Administrative Law Attorney with 8 years experience
(406) 442-3261 Morrison, Sherwood, Wilson, and Deola, PLLP
401 N. Last Chance Gulch St.
Helena, MT 59601
Free ConsultationAdministrative, Construction, Insurance Claims and Personal Injury
University of Montana School of Law
Scott was born and raised in eastern Montana. He graduated with honors from the University of Montana Law School in 2011, where he served as the Articles Editor for the Montana Law Review. Scott also interned for a federal magistrate judge, the Honorable Jeremiah Lynch in Missoula. He competed on UM Law’s National Moot Court Team, and his team won both first place brief and first place overall for the Northwest Region. After law school, Scott served as a law clerk for the Honorable Brian Morris, a Justice at the Montana Supreme Court. Since joining private practice, Scott has...
Brenda L Wahler
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Lewis and Clark County, MT Gov & Administrative Law Attorney with 16 years experience
(406) 449-2060 7 West 6th Ave
P.O. Box 1455
Helena, MT 59624
Administrative, Arbitration & Mediation, Divorce and Family
University of Montana School of Law
Specialties include child custody and parenting plans; equine law.
Charles Cromwell
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Gallatin County, MT Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer with 9 years experience
1700 W. Koch.
Suite 6
Bozeman, MT 59715
Administrative, Business, Estate Planning and Military
University of Montana - University of Montana-Missoula
A Big Sky State native, Charlie grew up in Missoula, Montana. After graduating from Hellgate High School, Charlie attended Harvard University. While in college, Charlie was an ROTC cadet and Division I varsity athlete in swimming and water polo. After graduating cum laude in American History, Charlie received his commission in the U.S. Army as a second lieutenant. His 4-year, active duty service included a 13-month combat tour in Iraq. While in the field, Charlie was put in numerous positions that required strong leadership, quick-thinking, and sound judgment. These positions ranged from leading his...
Guy Alsentzer
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Gallatin County, MT Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer with 9 years experience
(406) 570-2202 24 S Wilson Ave, ste 6-7
Bozeman, MT 59715
Administrative, Energy and Environmental
Vermont Law School and Vermont Law School
I approach stewardship of our natural environment through the eyes of a lawyer, scientist, educator, and farmer. Protection and improvement of our watersheds, landscapes and communities requires a firm grounding in science, citizen engagement, and insistence on compliance with the law. Specialties: Clean Water Act, land use policy, water resources management, imperiled species conservation, environmental campaigning.
John 'Jack' Connors
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Lewis and Clark County, MT Gov & Administrative Law Attorney with 5 years experience
(406) 443-2211 44 West 6th Avenue
PO Box 1185
Helena, MT 59624
Free ConsultationAdministrative, Construction and Environmental
University of Montana School of Law
I bring a unique perspective to the practice of law. After obtaining a degree in Mathematics from Montana State University, I founded and operated Connors Construction, LLC, which specialized in building multi-million dollar custom residences in Big Sky, Montana. My craftsmanship was featured in several books, magazines, and trade journals, including the cover of Ralph Kylloe’s 2010 book Rustic Elegance. I have an interest in the complex nature of the law and chose to couple my experience with small business, real estate, and natural resources expertise with a Juris Doctorate degree. In 2013, I...
Charles Carpenter
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Missoula County, MT Gov & Administrative Law Attorney with 27 years experience
(406) 543-0511 210 N. Higgins Ave Ste 336
Missoula, MT 59802
Administrative, Appeals and Business
The Catholic University of America
Civil litigation, including administrative actions before agencies, the Government Accountability Office, and the federal courts.
Gregory F. Dorrington
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Lewis and Clark County, MT Gov & Administrative Law Attorney with 11 years experience
(406) 449-4165 900 N. Last Chance Gulch
Suite 200
Helena, MT 59601
Administrative, Environmental and Immigration
Vermont Law School
Missoula County, MT Gov & Administrative Law Attorney with 41 years experience
(512) 366-5430 835 Wyoming St
Unit 306
Missoula, MT 59801
Administrative, Bankruptcy and Workers' Comp
The University of Texas School of Law
Fergus County, MT Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer with 21 years experience
(406) 538-7131 505 W Main St
Lewistown, MT 59457
Administrative
Lewis and Clark County, Mt Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer with 35 years experience
(406) 457-5030 10 W 15th St
Helena, MT 59601
Administrative and Environmental
Missoula County, MT Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer
409 Skyline Dr
Missoula, MT 59802
Administrative
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