Adjunct Faculty

Gregory Munro

Professor Emeritus (Retired)


Personal Summary

Professor Munro was the Director of Professional Skills. An innovator in professional skills instruction and assessment, Professor Munro taught TortsTrial Practice and Insurance Law.

Professor Munro was a civil trial lawyer in Billings, Montana, for thirteen years practicing in the areas of product liability, medical malpractice, construction site safety, premises liability, automobile accidents, and bank and insurance bad faith tort. He joined the faculty in 1988. He is a past president of the Montana Trial Lawyers Association.


He earned his B.A. in 1970 and his J.D. in 1975 from The University of Montana.



  • The Lawsuit Guide, co-authored with Ned Good (Trial Guides 2018)
  • Outcomes Assessment for Law Schools (Inst. for L. Sch. Teaching 2000).


  • Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law in the Domestic Violence Case in Domestic Violence Civil Law Manual (ABA Commn. on Dom. Violence & Sec. for Litig. 2000) (with Betty Garlow).
  • Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law in Montana Judge's Desk Book (Mont. JJ. Assn. 2000).
  • Multiple Defendants and Unnamed Defendants in Negligence Actions in Montana Judge's Desk Book ch. 16 (Mont. JJ. Assn. 2000).
  • Causation in Montana after Busta v. Columbus Hospital in Montana Judge's Desk Book ch. 18 (Mont. JJ. Assn. 2000).
  • Stacking Automobile Insurance Coverages in Montana in Montana Judge's Desk Book ch. 19 (Mont. JJ. Assn. 2000).


  • How Do We Know If We Are Achieving Our Goals? Strategies for Assessing the Outcome of Curricular Innovation, 1 J. Assn. Leg. Writing Dirs. 229 (2002).
  • Defense Within Limits: The Conflicts of "Wasting" or "Cannibalizing" Insurance Policies, 62 Mont. L. Rev. 133 (2001).
  • A Response to the Critique of Regulation of Mail-Order Pharmacy, 12 J. Legal Med. 267 (June 1991).
  • Regulation of Mail-Order Pharmacy, 12 J. Legal Med. 1 (March 1991).
  • Integrating Theory and Practice in a Competency-based Curriculum: Academic Planning at the University of Montana School of Law, 52 Mont. L. Rev. 345 (1991).
  • In Memoriam:  Joe Mazurek, co-authored with Justice Mike McGrath, Montana Law Review 2013.