During the Great Recession, Mr. Greenwell worked as local counsel for the Yellowstone Mountain Club’s Creditors Committee that equitably subordinated a $370 million secured loan in favor of the unsecured creditors. During this time, he helped both individual and small business clients restructure their financial lives.
Mr. Greenwell obtained both his Juris Doctor and Master of Studies in Environmental Law degree from Vermont Law School. He graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor of Science degree with a minor in Philosophy and received the University’s Jock Glidden Distinguished Student Award in philosophy.
Since moving to the Flathead Valley, Mr. Greenwell has served as the president of the Northwest Montana Bar Association, as a member of the Whitefish Theatre Company’s board, as a contributing editor of the West’s Bankruptcy Exemption Manual, and was the quarterback for the Kalispell Glacier Knights football team.
Before his law career, Mr. Greenwell was a river guide on the Snake River in the Teton National Park.