Mariah N. Johnson
Mariah engages in a broad general civil practice involving both litigation and transactional work, with
interest areas in intellectual property, cybersecurity issues, and data privacy. She was raised in Helena
and graduated from the University of Montana with bachelor’s degrees in English and Russian.
Mariah graduated from the Alexander Blewett III School of Law in 2021. During law school, she served as
an Articles Editor on the Montana Law Review’s Editorial Board and completed her clinic assignment in
the chambers of the Hon. Judge Donald Molloy of the United States District Court for the District of
Montana. Following her first year of law school, she was the Access to Justice Tech Fellow for Montana
Legal Services Association. Following her second year, she was the Janet Steiger Fellow at the Montana
Department of Justice Office of Consumer Protection.
In 2021, Mariah joined Tarlow Stonecipher Weamer and Kelly, PLLC.
Since joining the firm, Mariah co-authored two articles on arbitration in Montana, published for
Thomson Reuters Practical Law: one on compelling and staying arbitration, and the other on enforcing
Mariah is admitted to practice in Montana and Oregon. She is a member of the Montana Bar Association
section on Intellectual Property Law, as well as the Federal Communications Bar Association.
University of Montana (B.A., English 2017, B.A., Russian 2018, summa cum laude with University
Honors); University of Montana (J.D. 2021)
Montana, 2021; Oregon, 2022