Granite County Lawyers
Scott Roy McLean is a Hamilton native who opened his own practice in 2017. Previously, Scott practiced in Washington, DC for six years where he attended law school at The George Washington University School of Law. Scott holds a bachelor's degree in business management....
Kathryn is drawn to serving people in need. Before moving to Montana to pursue her legal career, Kathryn resided in Florida where she worked as a private investigator for insurance companies and later as a child abuse investigator for the state. While attending the University of Montana School of Law, Kathryn volunteered at the Missoula SelfHelp Law Center, family law pro-bono clinics through the law school, and for Soft Landing.
Upon obtaining her Juris Doctorate, Kathryn began her career at a criminal defense...
Throughout his career, Michael’s has focused his practice on representing those who have been injured due to the negligence of others, including claims involving workplace accidents, personal injuries, insurance claims, slip/trip & fall claims, products liability and medical malpractice.
Michael is admitted to the Montana and U.S. District...
Formerly admitted to practice law in Colorado, Janel has experience representing to non-immigrant crime victims applying for...
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