Gwen M. Stoltz

Gwen Stoltz and her three siblings were raised on a farm and ranch in northern Montana. She attended Valier Public Schools and graduated from Valier High School.After high school she left Valier to attend Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma, on an academic scholarship. She matriculated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biotechnology from OSU in 2001.

Gwen worked for the Montana Department of Agriculture, in conjunction with the Montana Agricultural Statistics Service, for three years before deciding to head to law school. She attended Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington.In the summer of 2005, she worked for the United States Senate Finance Committee where she focused on International Trade and Department of Treasury issues. She earned her JD degree from Gonzaga in May 2007, sat for the Montana Bar in July 2007, and was sworn in before the Montana Supreme Court in October 2007.

Gwen began working at Burk, Lee and Bieler in August 2007 and works in general practice, where she focuses in the areas of real property and estate law.

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