Turner Strategies: supports nonprofits, individuals, and organizations.

  • Program Development
  • Government Affairs
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Lobbying
  • Training and Presentations
  • Legal Representation
Robin Turner
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Robin Turner brings her skills, experience, and passion for collaboration to her clients through her work with Turner Strategies, PLLC.

Services Provided:

- Program Development and Consulting. - Government Affairs, Policy Advocacy, and Lobbying. - Training and Presentations. - Legal Representation.

Robin Turner

Robin Turner is the owner of Turner Strategies, PLLC, located in Missoula, Montana. She is an attorney, policy advocate, training facilitator and consultant.

Robin is currently representing the following policy clients at the 2023 Legislative Session: ACLU of Montana, City of Whitefish, Montana Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence, Montana Occupational Therapy Association, Montana Speech Language Hearing Association, and Women’s Foundation of Montana.

Robin worked for five years as the Public Policy and Legal Director for the Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (MCADSV), where she built and supervised the Coalition's LAV-funded sexual assault legal services project. As the MCADSV policy director, Robin led the organization's progressive statewide policy work in the interest of ending gender-based violence and fighting oppressive state action against vulnerable communities. She has also previously served survivors as a tribal court staff attorney on an LAV-funded project with the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes.

She has developed curriculum and facilitated training to hundreds of advocates, attorneys, judges, and court personnel on survivor-centered topics, including ethical obligations of attorneys, trauma-informed lawyering, confidentiality/privilege/privacy, safety planning, expert witness development, lethality, and victims’ rights. Robin has lectured at the Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana on topics related to serving survivors of gender-based violence.