Riley was born and raised in Great Falls, Montana. Inheriting an exceptional work ethic, he spent the summers of his youth stocking beer, wine, and soda in stores across the Hi Line.
After graduating high school, Riley spent four years in Bozeman, obtaining a degree in political science and sociology with high honors from Montana State University in 2017. Riley then moved to Missoula to pursue a law degree.
During law school, Riley was elected Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Montana Law Review and served as a clinical intern for the Montana Innocence Project.
Riley graduated with high honors in 2020 and spent the next two years clerking for the Honorable Dana L. Christensen.
Riley joins the firm with a diverse and ever-expanding set of legal interests. His practice focuses mainly on commercial litigation but he's happy to chat about any area of the law. When he is not at the office, Riley loves to backpack, hike, camp, read, and watch sports.
- ADA Disputes
- Commercial Litigation
- Construction Litigation
- Employment Law and Business Matters
- Personal Injury Litigation
- Professional Negligence
Juris Doctorate (J.D.), Alexander Blewett III School of Law (2020)
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Montana State University - Bozeman (2017)
MT, WY, ND, and ID
Tribal Court of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation