Keith has lived in Montana most of his life. Growing up in an Air Force family, Keith moved to Great Falls as a teenager. He graduated from C.M. Russell High School and attended the University of Montana as an undergraduate and law student.
Upon graduation from law school in 2001, Keith worked for the Montana Supreme Court as a law clerk for two years. Keith then returned to Great Falls to work in private practice. Since that time, Keith has focused his practice on representing Montanans injured by faulty products, consumers, patients, insureds, and landowners.
Keith and his wife, Shannon, have three children and trusty Labrador Retrievers. Keith is active in youth sports, serving as a coach and board member for a variety of teams and youth sports organizations. Keith is also active in his community as a volunteer for local non-profit organizations. When he is not at a sporting event, Keith enjoys fly fishing Montana’s rivers and streams, bird hunting with two and four-legged friends, and experimenting in the kitchen.