Bryan L. Spoon

Practice areas

  • Accidents
  • Automobile accidents and injuries
  • Automobile negligence
  • Bodily injury
  • Brain injury
  • Catastrophic injury
  • Head injury
  • Motor vehicle accidents and injuries
  • Pedestrian injuries
  • Plaintiffs personal injury
  • Spinal injury
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Wrongful death
  • Insurance defense
  • Products liability


Montana, U.S. District Court, District of Montana, U.S. Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit and Northern Cheyenne Tribal Court, 2011


University of Montana School of Law, J.D., 2010
Vanderbilt University, B.A., English Literature, with honors, 2007

Associations & memberships

State Bar of Montana
American Bar Association
Montana Trial Lawyers Association
American Association for Justice

Biographical details

Bryan was Executive Editor of the Montana Law Review in 2010
He was a staff member of the Montana Law Review in 2009-2010

Personal information

Bryan grew up in Missoula, Montana. After earning his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in Tennessee, he attended University of Montana Law School. During his time at UM he was a member of the Law Review staff 2010-2011 and was the Law Review Executive Editor 2011.

Admitted to the bar in 2011, Bryan joined his father Dan Spoon at Spoon Gordon, PC.

Bryan is currently a member of the State Bar of Montana and the American Bar Association, the Montana Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice and is licensed in The Northern Cheyenne Court.

With emphasis on personal injury, employment law, insurance defense and general practice of the law, Bryan is appreciated by his clients with excellent reviews of being trustworthy, knowledgeable, responsive and in keeping his clients informed.

An avid outdoorsman Bryan enjoys fishing, hiking and camping. 

Bryan Spoon is amazing If I could do 10 stars I would give him 11. I had called around to every law office in town just to get turned down (not even by the lawyers either just their secretaries gave me the bad news). Just when I was about to lose all hope of getting justice from what had happened to me, I got a call from Bryan himself not his secretary! He went out of his way to help me. He even put me before himself, by explaining that I could handle the majority of the process on my own so I wouldn’t have to pay any fees. On top of that he walked me through the steps that I needed to take.
To top it all off, any time I had any questions or needed some help, I could email him and he would respond almost immediately and answer any questions I had or help me through a problem I was having. He made me feel important and most importantly he gave me hope again!
– Will