Noah P. Hill
A Montana native, Noah was raised in Kalispell where his parents both worked as educators. In fact, his dad was one of his high school principals. Fortunately, his visits to the principal’s office were primarily because he needed lunch money. Noah and his two siblings grew up sailing on Flathead Lake and rafting on the Flathead River. Noah has a deep connection with western Montana and is grateful to be practicing law in his home state.
Prior to law school, Noah completed his undergraduate degree in microbiology at the University of Montana. While attending law school at UM, Noah worked as a legal intern at Worden Thane P.C. Additionally, he served as the Online Editor of the Montana Law Review and completed clinical work in the UM’s Office of Technology Transfer, where he worked primarily on the University’s patent and trademark portfolio.
Noah particularly enjoys advising clients who need assistance with intellectual property, business, employment, and estate planning matters. He values fostering strong and trusting relationships with his clients where lines of communication are always open. He understands that each situation is unique and prides himself on his commitment to serving each client’s needs with great care and integrity. Noah considers himself blessed to work in a field that he loves while utilizing his strengths to serve others.
In his free time, Noah enjoys spending time with his family hiking, rafting, fly-fishing, and cross country skiing. Music is also a passion in his life, and he often plays piano and violin at Missoula’s First Presbyterian Church.
- Alexander Blewett III School of Law, University of Montana
- J.D. – 2022, With Honors
- University of Montana
- B.S., Microbiology, With Honors, University Scholar
- Montana, 2022
- U.S. District Court, District of Montana, 2022
- University of Montana Presidential Leadership Scholar Committee Member
- Missoula College Paralegal Program Advisory Board Member
- First Presbyterian Church
Honors and Awards
- Montana Law Review, Online Editor
- Intellectual Property Law Section Graduate Award
- For commitment to and enthusiasm for the area of intellectual property law
- Rockwood and Marilyn Brown Endowed Law Scholarship
- The Honorable Diane G. Barz Scholarship
- Noah Hill & Shelby Towe, The Montana Supreme Court – The Statistics, 82 Mont. L. Rev. 479 (2021)