Adam Larsen first became a Montana resident when he and his family moved to Lewistown in 2013. Since then, Adam has served as a trial attorney for four years and then the Regional Deputy for the Office of Public Defender for following four years. As the Regional Deputy, Adam managed the public defense of an area stretching across seven Montana counties.
After graduating from the University of Utah’s Law School, Adam interned and then worked for the Utah Attorney General’s office. He then took a position with the Salt Lake County’s Tax Administration before joining a private law firm to further practice law.
Now a full time resident of Big Sky Country, Adam loves the courtroom and happiest when he is trying cases before a judge and jury. Adam has tried hundreds of cases over the years all throughout central Montana. Adam takes pride in pursuing a legal career based on the mission of serving the public and doing all he can to help them make the most out of difficult and trying situations. Adam is dedicated to ensuring his clients are treated honestly and fairly.
When not acting as an advocate for his clients, Adam loves to spend time with his wife and four children. He and his family love to embark on adventures in the beautiful outdoors of Montana, regularly hiking, camping, fishing, and enjoying any form of water they can find.
- University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law
- Southern Utah University
- Attorney with the Advocates
- Regional Deputy for the Montana Office of Public Defender
- Mindcrest, Incorporated
- Salt Lake County Tax Administration
- Utah Attorney General, Division of Tax and Revenue
- Montana State Bar – 2013
- Utah State Bar – 2012