Bobbi is a member of the firm's litigation team. Her practice focuses on employment and administrative law along with commercial, property and transactional matters.
Born and raised in Great Falls, the family blames a 32-inch brown trout for calling Montana home after her dad's separation from the Air Force. After graduating from CMR, Bobbi attended her parents' alma mater, Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After graduation in 1997, Bobbi worked with the Grand Rapids Police Department for five years, transitioning to the 61st District Court as their bilingual Probation Officer. After nearly 15 years in law enforcement, Bobbi opted for an early retirement package in order to pursue law school.
Bobbi graduated from the University of Montana, School of Law in 2015. As a law student, Bobbi interned with the Office of Public Defenders arguing before the Sentencing Review Panel of the Montana Supreme Court. Her clinical placement with the University's In-house Criminal Defense Clinic resulted in briefing and oral arguing a civil rights case before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, May of 2015. Speaking fluent Spanish, Bobbi studied abroad in Santiago, Chile with an international law and legal Spanish immersion program through the California Western School of Law, San Diego.
When not in the office, Bobbi loves everything culinary, including gardening, canning and recipe experimentation and anything outdoors, particularly camping, floating and attempting to fly fish.
English and Spanish