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Devin G. Bray




Devin Bray is an associate in the firm’s Litigation and Creditor Rights and Bankruptcy practice groups. Devin graduated with High Honors from the University of Montana’s Alexander Blewett III School of Law in 2023. During law school, Devin was a Student Law Clerk to the Honorable Judge Benjamin P. Hursh of the United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Montana, where he gained valuable experience reviewing motions and hearing arguments concerning the Bankruptcy Code, conducting research on Chapters 7, 11, and 13 Bankruptcy issues, and drafting and editing Memorandums. Devin was also a member of the law school’s Federalist Society.

Devin has gained litigation experience through multiple legal internships, having assisted with researching and drafting motions and briefs, and drafting letters and responses to the Montana Human Rights Bureau and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission regarding discrimination claims.

As an undergraduate student at Montana State University – Northern, Devin was a multi-sport athlete, serving as Captain of the Men’s Basketball team and the Men’s Golf Team for multiple years each, as well as holding multiple titles on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. He earned Frontier Conference Champion of Character honors for Golf in 2017 and for Basketball in 2019, and was awarded MSU-Northern’s Highest Academic Award, the Student Excellence Award, in 2019.

Outside of work, Devin enjoys running, hiking, fishing, golfing, and spending time with family and friends. He was born and raised in Missoula, MT, and is excited to explore the Boise area.


Law School:

University of Montana, Alexander Blewett III School of Law, J.D. with High Honors, 2023


Montana State University – Northern, B.S. Business Administration with High Honors, 2020

Accounting minor
Psychology minor

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