Mediator's Profile

Greg Overstreet

Business Name: Overstreet Law Group

Greg Overstreet has practiced law for 30 years, starting in the big city, but then returning to a “small town mindset” and decided to practice law in a smaller community environment. Greg has a general civil practice and also serves as a mediator to resolve disputes without the expensive and time associated with litigation. Greg also assists attorneys from other states with their Montana cases by serving as local counsel.

Greg’s ADR practice, Montana Mediations, facilitates matters for those that prefer to settle their disputes out of court, in a setting that permits the parties to move forward, even after the dispute is settled. Greg had participated in mediations for years as an attorney who advocated for mediation as a solution.

Mediation is quickly replacing many types of court actions to resolve disputes. There are several solid reasons. Compared to a court case, mediation is:

  • Less expensive
  • Faster to resolution
  • Doesn’t require hiring an attorney
  • Voluntary
  • Allows for more predictable outcomes
  • Confidential
  • Flexible


  • 1993: Juris Doctorate – Seattle University School of Law
  • 1991: Editor – Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy
  • 1989: Bachelor of Arts – University of Washington (Russian and Eastern European Regional Studies)

Bar Admissions

  • Montana
  • Washington

Additional Bar Admissions

  • Illinois (1994) (inactive status)
  • Missouri (1993) (inactive status)
  • United States Supreme Court (1998)
  • Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (2005)
  • United States District Court (Western District of Washington) (2005)
  • United States District Court (Eastern District of Washington) (2005)
  • United States District Court (Southern District of Illinois) (1993)

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