Trevor A. Hunter

Trevor A. Hunter


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Trevor A. Hunter is an Associate in the firm’s Williston office. His practice focuses on commercial transactions and litigation. Trevor grew up in Kalispell, Montana and attended the University of Montana for his undergraduate education. During his final year he served as president of the Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM) and as president of the Montana Associated Students, a statewide organization. Trevor graduated with Bachelors of Arts in History and in Political Science from the Davidson Honors College at the University of Montana with University Scholar distinction.

Trevor received his Juris Doctorate from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, California. While in law school, Trevor was an associate editor for the Southwestern Journal of International Law and spent two years as part of the Trial Advocacy Honors Program, competing at the National Civil Trial Competition. Trevor was an extern for the Honorable Craig Richman, a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge, and clerked for a Los Angeles civil litigation and trial law firm prior to graduation. Trevor and his wife, a Sidney, Montana native, enjoy all that the North Dakota and Montana outdoors have to offer including hiking, skiing, and fishing.

Practice Areas

Bar Admission

North Dakota, 2014
U.S. District Court, District of North Dakota, 2015
Montana, 2015


2014 – J.D., Southwestern Law School
2009 – B.A., History, with Distinction, University of Montana
2009 – B.A., Political Science, with Distinction, University of Montana

Honors & Awards

Associate Editor – Southwestern Journal of International Law
Advocate – Trial Advocacy Honors Program
Witkin Academic Excellence Award – Civil Procedure
Graduate of the Davidson Honors College with University Scholar distinction

Professional Affiliations

Upper Missouri Bar Association
American Bar Association
State Bar Association of North Dakota

Presentations & Publications

“Vigilante Justice in the West”; 9th Annual University of Montana Conference on Undergraduate Research (2009)