Katie Kuhr was born and raised on a family farm in Havre. She attended Montana State University-Billings and received a B.S. in Psychology with honors in 2007. Upon graduation, Katie worked as a licensed addiction counselor and for the Montana Department of Corrections. She later attended the University of Montana and received her J.D. in 2019. While attending law school, Katie served as counsel for the law school’s trial team. After law school, Katie clerked for Judge Yvonne Laird of the 17th Judicial District Court of the State of Montana.
Katie stays involved in the community and currently serves as interim President of Havre’s Helping Haven. She is also a member of the Hill County Park Board’s Rules & Regulations Committee.
When she is not working, Katie can usually be found running, hiking, or helping on the family farm.
Katie’s areas of practice include agricultural law, corporate law and business organizations, general and commercial litigation, estate planning/probate and real estate law.