Mark Luebeck is an attorney and partner with the law firm of Angel, Coil & Bartlett. His law practice focuses on personal injury and insurance law and criminal defense.
Mark was born in Butte, Montana and spent part of his childhood in Seattle, Washington before returning to Montana. He has lived in Montana ever since. Prior to attending college, he served as a volunteer firefighter for Racetrack Volunteer Fire Department in Butte, Montana responding to structural fires and emergency calls.
He attended Montana Tech of The University of Montana where he received his bachelor’s of science degree in Occupational Safety and Health with High Honors (3.98 cumulative GPA). He received his law degree from The University of Montana where he served as an assistant editor-in-chief of the Montana Law Review, was a member of the International Law Society and was elected vice magister of the legal fraternity Phi Delta Phi. During law school, he served as an intern for the United States District Court for the District of Montana and interned with The University of Montana Office of Legal Counsel. Upon graduation, he was awarded the Scribes Award for administrative achievement as a member of the Montana Law Review.
Mark began his legal career serving as a law clerk for the Honorable Sam E. Haddon, United States District Court Judge, in Great Falls, Montana, a prestigious and highly competitive position within legal circles. During his clerkship, he was exposed to civil and criminal matters on a daily basis and observed and interacted with some of the best criminal defense attorneys in Montana, which solidified his interest in helping those accused of crimes by the all-powerful forces of the federal and state government. After his clerkship, Mark followed his passion for protecting individual rights and joined the Office of the State Public Defender in Bozeman, Montana as a trial lawyer. During his tenure with the public defender, he worked on countless felony and misdemeanor criminal cases and was awarded the Office of the State Public Defender’s first annual “Rookie Public Defender of the Year” award.
Mark joined Angel, Coil & Bartlett as a partner in April 2008 and continues to focus on personal injury and insurance matters and criminal defense. He is admitted to the State Bar of Montana, the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He is a member of the Montana Bar Association, the Montana Trial Lawyers Association, The National Trial Lawyers Top 100, The American Society of Legal Advocates Top 100, the Gallatin County Bar Association and is a lifetime member of the Montana Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He has a passion for all things political with a particular interest in individual rights.
On his free time, Mark enjoys trail running, biking and winter sports with his wife, children and two bird dogs and spends as much time as possible in Montana’s Wilderness complexes. He is an avid runner and has recently competed in several ultra marathons, including the classic 100 mile Javelina Jundred in 2019.