Denny Palmer was raised in Montana and has more than six years of experience practicing law, ranging from minor transactional matters to complex civil litigation. Denny grew up in Helena, Montana, before attending Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, where he pursued undergraduate degrees in history and business. After graduation, he took time off from his studies to work as an adaptive ski instructor during the winter months in Colorado, and taught math to the children of migrant farm workers in the Flathead Valley in the summer. He then returned to Gonzaga University to attend law school, where he focused on natural resource law and graduated with honors in 2011.
In more than six years of practicing law, Denny has worked extensively on a wide range of legal matters. He has successfully defended clients in numerous lawsuits, obtaining favorable rulings in each case he has argued before the Montana Supreme Court. Denny also has extensive experience representing individuals and businesses in a variety of proceedings, including business start-ups and transactions, insurance disputes, developing contracts, participating in administrative proceedings, and resolving property issues.
In his spare time, Denny serves as an officer and director of the Montana Bicycle Guild and as a volunteer ski patroller at Big Sky Resort. Denny’s other passions include following Gonzaga basketball, skiing, mountain biking, rafting, hunting, and many other outdoor activities in the beautiful State of Montana.