Attorney at law
145 Commons Loop, Suite 200
Kalispell, MT 59901
Chris Di Lorenzo
Due to his father joining the Air Force after graduating from Carroll College in Helena, Montana, Chris lived all over the world, eventually settling in Omaha, Nebraska. He attended Creighton
University in Omaha. Upon graduation, Chris attended law school at the University of Nebraska College of Law. Following graduation from law school, Chris served as a judicial clerk for the Fourth Judicial District of Iowa. Chris moved to Kalispell, Montana and joined Moore, Cockrell, Goicoechea & Johnson, P.C. in 2013.
Chris and his wife, Ashley, enjoy experiencing everything Northwest Montana has to
offer with their son Raymond and daughter Emma.
Areas of Practice
Chris’ practice involves a wide variety of civil litigation, including professional liability, commercial liability, employment law, construction law, real property disputes, ski area liability, governmental liability, and personal injury. Chris also assists clients with estate planning and business planning needs. Chris has tried cases involving a variety of matters and legal issues in multiple jurisdictions in Montana and appeared before the Supreme Court of Montana. Chris has submitted an Amicus Curiae brief to the Supreme Court of the United States.
- 2009 – B.S., B.A., Finance, Creighton University, Magna Cum Laude
- 2012 – J.D., University of Nebraska College of Law, Order of the Coif, High
Honors, Nebraska Law Review, Nebraska Moot Court, 3L Class President
Professional and Community Activities & Honors
- Northwest Montana Bar Association
- Mountain States Super Lawyers – Rising Star 2018
- Board Member of Montana Defense Trial Lawyers (MDTL)
- Board Member Flathead Valley Little Guy Football
Chris enjoys spending as much time outdoors as possible, especially with his family, including skiing, hiking, mountain biking, camping, and hunting.
- 2012 – State Bar of Colorado
- 2013 – State Bar of Montana
- 2013 – U.S. District Court, District of Montana
- 2018 – State Bar of Nebraska
- 2018 – Supreme Court of the United States