Adjunct Faculty

Wilton Strickland

Adjunct Professor



University of Virginia School of Law (Juris Doctor, 2000)

College of William & Mary (Bachelor of Arts, 1996)

Courses Taught

Coach for Jessup Moot Court (international law)

Teaching Experience

Jessup Moot Court

Coach for the team from the University of Virginia (1999)

Judge for the regional and/or international rounds (2001 to present)

Coach for the team from the University of Montana (2010 to present)


Premises Liability Revisited: The Law Of Foreseeable Crimes Becomes Clearer And Murkier, Florida Bar Journal (cover story), December 2014

Montana Law Of Premises Liability Not As Simple As It Seems: The Limited Duties Of Landlords, Montana Lawyer, February 2014

“Occurrence” Trigger For Liability Insurance Poses A Conundrum For The Courts, Montana Lawyer, December 2012/January 2013

Premises Liability: A Notable Rift In The Law Of Foreseeable Crimes, Florida Bar Journal (cover story), December 2009


Western Montana Bar Association

Montana Chess Association (Executive Vice-President)

Specialized Skills

Bilingual (English and Spanish)

Professional Experience

Commercial litigation, Miami and Fort Lauderdale, FL (2000 - 2010)

Insurance litigation, Missoula, MT (2010 - 2013)

Legal Outsourcing, Wilton H. Strickland, PLLC, Missoula, MT (2013 - present)

International Experience

Study abroad, Venezuela (1994)

International practice group, Greenberg Traurig, PLLP (2002 - 2005)

Montana Bar delegate to Cuba (2013)


Honors / Awards

Virginia Journal of International Law

Phi Beta Kappa

Magna Cum Laude

Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish National Honor Society)