Turner C. Graybill Edit Profile
Yale University (Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, 1975). Harvard University (Juris Doctor, cum laude, 1978). Teaching Assistant, Harvard Law School, 1977- 1978.
Instructor, Boston University Law School, 1978-1979.
Worked at Graybill, Ostrem & Crotty (Great Falls, Montana) specializing in General Civil and Trial Practice. Business Torts, Commercial, Oil and Gas, Bankruptcy, Personal Injury and Related Litigation. Admitted to the bar, 1978, Massachusetts.
1984, Montana; 1985, California. Teaching Assistant, Harvard Law School, 1977-1978. Instructor, Boston University Law School, 1978-1979.
Author: "Double Forgery," Commercial Law Journal, 1978. "Environmental Compatibility and Public Need," Harvard Environmental Law Review, 1978. Member, Great Falls City Study Commission.
Member: State Bar of Montana. State Bar of California. American Bar Association.
Montana Trial Lawyers Association. Our firm was founded by Leo C. Graybill in 1921. Since 1974, the firm has been known as GRAYBILL, OSTREM, WARNER & CROTTY. The firm is generally business oriented, but we are extensively involved in litigation including business torts and personal injury.
At present our practice is diversified among a large number of agricultural, corporate, individual, and public clients. We serve the entire state of Montana, and members of the firm are members of the Montana, California, Oregon, and Massachusetts Bars. The firm encourages continuing professional development and specialization, and all partners and associates participate in continuing legal education, professional association activities, and civic involvement.
Member, Great Falls City Study Commission. Member: State Bar of Montana. State Bar of California.
American Bar Association. Montana Trial Lawyers Association.