Judge Gregory G. Pinski
Judge Gregory G. Pinski is a fourth generation Montanan, born and raised in Great Falls. Judge Pinski earned his bachelor of arts, magna cum laude, in political science and journalism from the University of North Dakota. Before attending law school, Judge Pinski worked at the White House in the Office of Presidential Scheduling for President Bill Clinton. In 1999, Judge Pinski graduated, with distinction, from the University of North Dakota School of Law where he was Articles Editor of the North Dakota Law Review.
Upon graduation from law school, Judge Pinski practiced labor and employment law with Gray, Plant, Mooty, Mooty & Bennett, P.A. in Minneapolis, while teaching at the University of Minnesota Law School. Judge Pinski returned to Great Falls in 2004, joining the civil trial practice of Conner& Pinski, PLLP. Judge Pinski was elected district judge in 2013.
Judge Pinski founded a Veterans Treatment Court and also presides over an Adult Drug Treatment Court. He has sat by designation on the Montana Supreme Court, and he serves on the Montana Uniform District Court Rules Committee and Montana Access to Justice Commission. Judge Pinski was appointed by the Montana Legislature to serve as a Commissioner to the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws.
Judge Pinski is active in many aspects of the community. He is an Eagle Scout who volunteers extensively for the Boy Scouts. Judge Pinski’s wife, Amber, is a radiation oncology nurse, and they have two sons, James, 9, and Jack, 6.
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