Matthew Dolphay is an associate in the firm’s Helena Office. Matthew graduated with honors from the University of Montana School of Law in 2014. Following graduation, he served as a law clerk for two years, clerking for Montana Supreme Court Justice Jim Rice and then Montana Supreme Court Justice Laurie McKinnon. Before entering law school, Matthew studied civil engineering at Montana State University.

Practice Areas

Bar Admission

Montana, 2014
U.S. District Court, District of Montana, 2016


2014 – J.D., University of Montana
2010 – B.S., Civil Engineering, Montana State University

Prior Experience (Employment)

2015-2016 – Law Clerk to Justice McKinnon of the Montana Supreme Court
2014-2015 – Law Clerk to Justice Rice of the Montana Supreme Court
2013-2014 – Legal Intern at Missoula County Attorney’s Office
2012 – Legal Intern at Yellowstone County Attorney’s Office

Honors & Awards

National Moot Court Competition Team
Received CALI Awards for Excellence in: Property Law; Indian and Tribal Law; Federal Tax Law; Environmental Law and Land Use Law.