Morgan Dake serves as the firm’s Senior Pro Bono Counsel. In this role, Morgan leads the firm’s pro bono program across its 11 offices. She works closely with the firm’s pro bono practice group to encourage and facilitate pro bono participation throughout the firm and to manage the firm’s relationship with legal aid providers and nonprofit organizations.

In addition, Morgan regularly represents individual pro bono clients on a wide variety of legal issues. Prior to assuming her current role, Morgan worked as a senior deputy county attorney for Montana’s most-populated county, where she prosecuted domestic violence and sex crimes. That work provided her valuable insight in serving survivors of family violence.

Practice Areas

Bar Admission

Montana – 2014
Wyoming – 2022


2014 – J.D., University of Montana School of Law
2005 – B.F.A. Dance, The Ohio State University

Honors & Awards

Billings 40 under 40, February 2019
Yellowstone County DUI Task Force Award of Merit, December 2019
Neil Haight Pro Bono Award, Fall 2023

Community Involvement

Member, Yellowstone Area Bar Association
Member, Association of Pro Bono Counsel
Board member, Montana Legal Services Association
Pro Bono Advisory Committee, Montana Legal Services Association
Member, Past-Board Chair, Yellowstone County DUI Task Force
Advisor, Yellowstone County Guardianship Council
Past-Member, Billings Area Family Violence Task Force
Dancer/Choreographer, Arc: A Montana Dance Collective
Dance Instructor, Montana Dance Center

Professional Affiliations

Montana Bar Association
Wyoming Bar Association
Yellowstone Area Bar Association

Presentations & Publications

Basics of Orders of Protection, Montana Legal Services CLE, August 2020

The Intersection of Domestic Violence and Family Law,
Family Law Project CLE, May 2020

Certified Local Grown: Pro Bono Work that Supports Your Community, TYL A Publication of the American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, Fall 2019 edition

Orders of Protection: Empowering Attorneys for Action, Montana Power Act Event, August 2019