Duncan files for 9th District Court position

44_gregduncanDupuyer native, Greg Duncan filed as a candidate for Judge in the 9th Judicial District.

Duncan was born in Conrad and was raised on a ranch west of Dupuyer. He attended grade school in Dupuyer and graduated from Valier High School in 1974. A Montana State alumni, he has been practicing law for 25 years.

Duncan is the son of Ken and Dot Duncan, formerly of Dupuyer. Dot passed away in 1990 and Ken presently is a resident of Conrad.

In addition to his law practice, since 1995, Duncan has continued to operate the family ranch west of Pendroy. He is also involved in mining in the Helena area.

Duncan graduated from Montana State University with a degree in Earth Science, and has a Master’s Degree in Geology from Washington State University. After graduating he worked in the geology industry, until the industry nearly closed down in 1983.

He then went to law school at the University of Puget Sound, graduating in 1987.  Duncan practiced in Spokane until 1990 when he moved his practice to Helena and joined the firm of Harrision, Loendorf, and Poston where he became a partner.

Duncan has dedicated his career to helping people navigate the legal system.  Duncan currently has a private law practice, with an emphasis on water rights, land use issues, access and easement issues, debt relief,  oil and gas leasing, contract claims and various criminal issues ranging from traffic violations to more serious felonies. Clients also come to him for help setting up businesses, dissolving companies, and buying and selling property.

In addition to his 25 years representing clients, Duncan has acted as a Supreme Court Mediator, acted as the Jefferson County Justice of the Peace, and a private mediator. He has participated in a variety of community activities including serving on various boards. He is currently a member of  Rotary Club, and also serves on the board of the Waterston Glacier Peace Park Association.

If elected Judge, Duncan promises that he will fairly administer the Laws of the State of Montana. He feels that he is the best person for the seat not only because of the wide and varied experience he gained over the last 25 years practicing law, but because of his real life experience in agriculture, mining, and geology.

Duncan, in hearing cases, promises to be fair, reasonable and impartial.  He will act with honesty and integrity, applying the facts to the law in a fair and consistent manner.