Laura Webb was born and raised in the Bay Area in Northern California. She received her undergraduate degree in English with high honors from Barnard College at Columbia University in New York City. After college, she returned to her hometown of San Francisco, where she worked as a paralegal to a successful plaintiff’s personal injury firm while applying to law school. She earned her law degree from Golden Gate University in San Francisco, where she specialized in litigation and graduated with honors and accolades.
Before moving to Montana, Laura practiced in both San Francisco and Sacramento with several renowned boutique law firms specializing in civil litigation. After several years of practice in California, she and her husband, also an attorney, moved to Whitefish, where she continued to practice law with a focus on litigation. Laura is admitted to practice law in both state and federal courts in California and Montana and is in the process of obtaining licenses in Idaho and Washington.
While Laura’s primary focus is general civil litigation, her practice largely involves real estate transactions, real property, easements, employment law, wills, trusts, estates and probate, business and commercial transactions, personal injury, and contract law. Laura is known for her fervent advocacy on behalf of her clients and finds great joy and pride in the practice of law. She recognizes the importance of attempting to resolve issues outside of the courtroom but has the expertise to take cases to trial when given the opportunity.
Outside of the office, Laura spends her free time with her husband and two dogs in the mountains, on the lake or in Glacier National Park.