Zachary D. Kitchin is proud to be part of the small town communities of Montana. He is one of five brothers and holds family and faith as the highest importance. Raised in the Sun River Valley, Zach attended Simms High before transferring and moving to the town of Dutton as a sophomore. Zach was the last President of Dutton High School, where he also competed in football, basketball, track and baseball. Zach’s active high school career led him to the University of Montana where he earned his undergraduate degree in psychology and sociology.
Zach then attended Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska. While earning his Juris Doctorate of Law he also earned a Master’s of Science in Alternative Dispute Resolution. His master’s degree focused in the areas of negotiation, mediation and arbitration. During his time at Creighton, Zach was also a member of the National Semi-Finalist trial team that competed in Detroit in 2014 and 2015. Zach graduated from Creighton a Lyle E. Storm Scholar in Trial Advocacy, earning his advanced certificate in litigation theory and practice. Zach is licensed to practice in Montana state courts, as well as, the Federal District Courts of Montana.