Before moving to Gallatin County, Jesse Medearis grew up on a ranch near the small eastern Montana town of Ismay, or as some know it, Joe Montana. After graduating from Baker High School, Jesse attended the University of Montana – Western in Dillon, where he received degrees in business administration and global politics. While there, he spent a year on the basketball team but soon learned his true passion was rodeo. Jesse finished out his college career on the rodeo team. During that time, he won the Big Sky Region and qualified for the College National Finals Rodeo.
Before deciding to attend law school, Jesse worked in the roustabout, pipe-lining, and environmental sides of the oilfields industry in eastern Montana and western North Dakota.
In 2018, Jesse received his J.D. from the University of Montana School of Law. During law school, he was an editor of the Montana Law Review, an intern for the United States Attorney’s Office, and a law clerk for an insurance defense law firm. Since then, Jesse has spent his years representing various individuals and companies in numerous personal injury, construction, business, and insurance lawsuits where he has tried multiple cases to verdict.
Because of his diverse experiences in different industries and lifestyles, he can personally connect with each client and uniquely help each achieve maximum results both in and out of the courtroom.
In Jesse’s free time, you can find him in the rodeo arena during the summer, skiing in the winter, and spending time with his wife Kessly, their daughter Langston, and his three horses throughout Montana and its neighboring states.
- University of Montana School of Law – J.D. (2018)
- University of Montana – Western – B.S. Business Administration & Global Politics (2015)