David (Kim) Wilson has been with Morrison, Sherwood, Wilson & Deola since 1985, except for a two-year hiatus practicing consumer law in Boston 1999-2001. Kim’s practice focuses on representing Montana consumers harmed or injured by unfair or illegal business or credit practices; representing Montana citizens concerned about protecting Montana’s environment and landscape; and representing individuals, organizations and members of the media who want to assure that government is operated in the open and is accessible to all citizens as required by law. Kim was one of the lead counsel in the case of MEIC v. DEQ, 1999 MT 248, in which the Montana Supreme Court first enforced Montanans’ constitutional right to a clean and healthful environment. Kim was also lead counsel in Morrow v. Bank of America, 2014 MT 117, in which the Montana Supreme Court first ruled that banks are subject to civil liability for misstatements and fraud during the mortgage foreclosure process.


  • Middlebury College, B.A. 1981
  • University of Montana, J.D. 1985


  • Editor, Public Land Law Review, 1985
  • Consumer Law Fellow, National Consumer Law Center, 1999

Bar Admissions

  • State of Montana, 1985
  • U.S. District Court, District of Montana
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
  • State of Massachusetts, (inactive) 1999

Current/Recent Positions

  • National Association of Consumer Lawyers
  • Montana Trial Lawyers Association

Selected Cases