John Ferguson founded Ferguson Law Office, PLLC in 2007 and his offices are located in Missoula, Montana. He concentrates his practice in the areas of water, construction, and employment law and provides criminal defense representation.
John lives in Missoula with his wife, Hadley, and daughter, Sarah. He enjoys hiking, camping, floating Montana's rivers, playing guitar, traveling and spending time with family and friends. (Read John Ferguson's Resume)
Dan Biddulph graduated from the University of Montana School of Law in 2013 and has been working at Ferguson Law Office since January of 2012. While working at Ferguson Law, Dan also served as a clinical intern at the University of Montana, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Office, where he worked on cases involving discrimination in education and employment.
Dan and his wife Cherisse relocated to Montana from Utah in 2010 with their three children, Miles, Vance and McKinley. Dan enjoys spending time with his friends and family, hiking, camping, fishing. (Read Dan Biddulph's Resume)
Cory Patrick works as a part-time paralegal for Ferguson Law Office, PLLC. He began his employment in May of 2014, and provides legal research, writing, and other tasks for the clients of Ferguson Law Office, PLLC. Cory graduated with honors from the Missoula College Paralegal Program in 2013. He is continuing his education by pursuing Bachelor’s Degrees in English Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Montana.
Cory is a fourth generation Montanan, from Townsend Montana. He enjoys hiking, fishing, and traveling, and plays semi-professional football around the Northwest.
Graham Coppes graduated from the University of Montana School of Law in May of 2015 and began working at Ferguson Law Office 5 months prior, in January of 2015. While in law school, Graham served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Public Land and Resources Law Review, spent a summer clerking for Chief Water Judge Russell McElyea at the Montana Water Court, and contributed to the unique work of the school's Land Use and Natural Resources Clinic. In addition, Graham earned his Masters in Natural Resource Law (LLM) from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, through a four-year, dual-degree program, spending time as a law student both in Denver and Missoula.
While working on both his Masters and JD, Graham focused his research and studies specifically on the fields of water, natural resource, public land, environmental, and energy law. His scholarship as a student included: drafting proposed legislation for improved community water planning, co-authoring a law review article on federal land use planning, and conducting extensive research related to the overlap of mineral rights and conservation easements. For over a decade before attending law school, Graham spent his summers working as a fly fishing guide, leading wilderness river trips in the Bob Marshall and Great Bear Wilderness.
As the newest member of Ferguson Law Office, Graham is grateful for the opportunity to use his education and experiences to serve the great state of Montana, its wealth of natural resources, and its wonderful people. (Read Graham Coppes' Resume)