State Bar of Montana

State Bar of Montana's

Construction Law Section

The members of the Construction Law Section look forward to providing leadership in the development of this area of the law as more Montana practitioners become involved in the field of Construction law. The members of the Section also expressed an interest in the ethical implications of construction development in our state.

The purpose of the Section shall be to foster and promote knowledge and skills of Montana practitioners of construction law.  

How to Join

Any member of the State Bar of Montana may join. Section dues are $20 per year. Become a member HERE.

Items of Interest

  • Section Bylaws
  • The Section is working on coordination between the Montana State Bar Section on Construction Law and the American Bar Association Forum on the Construction Industry.

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Current Officers

Chair
Dorie Refling

(406) 582-9676
refling@reflinglaw.com

Steering Committee
Robert Todd McDonald
(406) 248-3700

Eric E. Nord
(406) 294-0398

Dorie B. Refling
(406) 582-9676

Dean A. Stensland
(406) 543-6646

Board of Trustee Liaison
Jane Mersen
(406) 586-4383

Board of Directors
John H. (Buzz) Tarlow
Christian T. Nygren
Dorie Benesh Refling
Todd McDonald

New Lawyer Liaison
Greg Schwartz
(908) 735-2377

 

 

Quick Links

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