Grizzlylaw | Rebecca Henning-Rutz
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Rebecca Henning-Rutz

"Independence doesn't mean you decide the way you want."
~ Stephen Breyer, Supreme Court Justice


Personal injury, civil litigation, homeowner’s association representation, estate planning, and insurance defense.

Bar Membership:

State of Montana 2006, United States District Court for the District of Montana 2006.

Professional Memberships:

State Bar of Montana, Montana Trial Lawyer’s Association, American Association for Justice, Order of the Barristers


University of Montana, JD with High Honors, 2006
Montana State University, BA, 2003
Flathead High School, 1999

Birth Place:

Saginaw, Michigan

Narrative Bio:

Rebecca “Becky” Henning-Rutz graduated from the University of Montana with her law degree in 2006 and has been working in Kalispell ever since. Becky has been working as an associate for Henning, Keedy & Lee since 2007.

During law school, Becky participated in Moot Court where her team won best brief at the Northwest Moot Court Competition held in Spokane, Washington. Becky worked hard at academics, graduating fourth in her law school class at the University of Montana in 2006. Becky’s primary focus at Henning, Keedy & Lee is personal injury ranging from auto accidents to slip and falls and medical malpractice. However, Becky also enjoys assisting people with their estate planning and has also represented homeowner’s associations with their various legal needs.

Becky is married to Kagan, an engineer in the valley, and has a young family with one daughter and her second child due early in 2011. In addition to spending time with her family, Becky enjoys volunteering at church and can be spotted almost every afternoon walking with a stroller and the family’s over-active chocolate lab around the sidewalks and parks of downtown Kalispell.

Rebecca Rutz-Henning