Beth Baker

Judge, Key Voice, Leader, Legal Aid Advocate (Montana)
Chief Justice of Montana Supreme Court.

Links: Link to bio | (Current as of: March 15, 2016)

Justice Baker was raised in Spokane, Washington, and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Washington in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication. In 1985, she graduated with high honors from the University of Montana School of Law.

Following graduation from law school, Justice Baker served four years as a law clerk for the Hon. Charles C. Lovell, U.S. District Judge for the District of Montana. From 1989 through 2000, she worked as an Assistant Attorney General for the Montana Department of Justice, including four years as Assistant Chief Deputy Attorney General and four years as Chief Deputy Attorney General. Justice Baker spent the next ten years in the private practice of law with the firm of Hughes, Kellner, Sullivan and Alke.



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Op-Ed

Legal Services, Americorps serve Montana well

Mike McGrath, Beth Baker
Billings Gazette
April 4, 2017
These programs are critical partners in ensuring that the Montana justice system meets the Constitution’s command to “establish Justice ... and secure the Blessings of Liberty” to all Montanans.

Op-Ed

Help close Montana’s justice gap

Beth Baker
Montana Standard
March 14, 2016
Montana Supreme Court Justice Baker advocates for justice for all, regardless of income level, location or status.



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