Cory T. Harman
Cory was born in Northern Idaho and raised in the small silver mining community of Wallace Idaho, graduating from Wallace High School. Cory attended North Idaho College in Coeur d’ Alene Idaho and then the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and minors in American Government/Constitutional Law and Sociology. Cory attended law school at the University of Montana in Missoula graduating early. During the last summer of law school Cory fulfilled his clinical component of his degree with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation focusing primarily on the business side of the organization.
Cory moved to Billings after law school to serve as the law clerk for Montana District Court Judge G. Todd Baugh. After his time as a clerk Cory opened the Harman Law Firm, P.C. In his free time Cory enjoys spending time with his dogs Katmai and Sitka hiking in the mountains surrounding Red Lodge, Montana and working on home remodeling projects.
Cory is admitted to the State Bar of Montana and the Washington State Bar Association and maintains active law licenses in both states.
BS Political Science, University of Idaho, 2001
Juris Doctorate, University of Montana, 2005
Washington State Bar Association
State Bar of Montana
Yellowstone Area Bar Association Board 2014-2017.
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