Isaac Potter is an Associate in the firm’s Billings office. Isaac was born and lived most of his life in Lyman, Wyoming. Isaac has also lived in Idaho, California, and Washington, but he and his family decided to make Billings their home.
Isaac’s practice focuses primarily on civil litigation including insurance bad faith, Intellectual property, commercial, employment, and environmental.
Isaac graduated magna cum laude in 2016 from the Gonzaga University School of Law. While attending Gonzaga, Isaac served as an Editor and Committee Chair for the Gonzaga Law Review and was Secretary for the Gonzaga Public Interest Law Project.
In his spare time, Isaac enjoys spending it with his family. They enjoy exploring the outdoors and the many local, state, and national parks in the area.
- Commercial Litigation
- Energy & Minerals Projects & Transactions
- Oil and Gas
- Environmental Law
- Intellectual Property & Technology
- Intellectual Property & Technology – Commercial
- Labor & Employment
- Tort Litigation
- Common law bad faith
- Personal Injury
Montana Federal District Court
Gonzaga University School of Law, magna cum laude;
B.S. from Brigham Young University- Idaho.
Prior Experience (Employment)
Associate at Unemployment Law Project (2014)
Clerk for Washington Attorney General (2014-2015)
WSBA Moderate Means Program as a Legal Intern from (2014-2015)
Honors & Awards
Pro Bono Distinction 2014-2015
Cali Awards in Evidence, Family Law, Intellectual Property, and Litigation Skills and Professionalism.
Meritorious Student Scholarship
J. Rueben Clark Law Society, Secretary for Gonzaga Public Interest Law Project, Editor and Committee Chair for Gonzaga Law Review