After spending a year in New York City to grow his knowledge in tax law, Nick LeTang is excited to return to Montana to begin his career as an attorney. Nick decided to join Silverman Law Office for its reputation, commitment to excellence, and team of tax attorneys that are committed to helping clients solve their legal and tax issues with the utmost competence and diligence.
Nick grew up in Colstrip, Montana. He knew he wanted to be a transactional attorney ever since taking his business law course in undergraduate school. Nick graduated with Honors from the University of Montana, with degrees in both Accounting and Finance. As an undergrad, Nick received the Montana Society of CPA’s Medallion Award for most outstanding senior accounting student. After his undergraduate studies, Nick stayed at Montana’s flagship university for his Master of Accountancy and Juris Doctorate degrees. While at the University of Montana School of Law, Nick completed a judicial clinic with the U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeremiah C. Lynch of the Missoula Division of the District of Montana. Nick was also involved in the Women’s Law Caucus and served as Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Montana Law Review.
After law school, Nick clerked at the Thirteenth Judicial District Court, Yellowstone County for both the Honorable Judge Russell Fagg and Honorable Judge Donald Harris. While clerking, Nick drafted memoranda, orders, and opinions for numerous legal issues. Upon finishing his clerkships, Nick completed his LL.M. in Taxation at New York University in 2019.
In his free time, Nick enjoys golfing, sipping coffee at any of Helena’s coffee shops, having a craft brew at one of Montana’s breweries, hiking the Beartooth Wilderness, camping in Yellowstone Park, and working on the pottery wheel.
Nick has passed all sections of the Uniform CPA Examination and is currently working on obtaining his CPA license. Nick is licensed to practice law in Montana and assists in all client matters at Silverman Law Office.