Katy Lindberg grew up in Bozeman Montana. She attended both Montana State University as well as the University of Montana, graduating from UM with a Bachelor’s degree in economics in three years. Katy was admitted to Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana under the expedited admissions program, and is currently in her first year. During her undergrad, Katy worked at ASUM Legal Services, and saw the impact legal aid can have on low income students and families. This work, as well as a lifelong drive to help those less fortunate led Katy to law school. Katy is involved in the ABIII Pro Bono Family Law Clinic, and is a member of the Women’s Law Caucus. After graduation, Katy hopes to have a transactional practice, or perhaps do policy work in the state government.