Chambers joins Montana Justice Foundation as executive director

Alissa Chambers

Alissa Chambers has been named the new executive director of the Montana Justice Foundation.

Chambers was a partner at Crowley Fleck, where she was a commercial attorney focusing on merger and acquisition transactions and private securities. Chambers also worked with Crowley’s in-house pro bono attorneys to expand Crowley’s pro bono efforts across the firm.

“I have been passionate about pro bono work and access to justice issues since I became a lawyer in 2011,” Chambers said in a news release. “I have had a fulfilling legal career doing commercial transactions, but sometimes you must follow your heart. When I saw my dream job posted, I knew I had to go for it. I’m thrilled to join this organization and work to bring equal access to justice for all Montanans.”

Kim Schulke, board president of the Montana Justice Foundation, said Chambers brings a strong legal background “but also a passion for providing equal access to justice.”

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“We are excited to see what the future will bring under her leadership,” Schulke said.

The Helena-based

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