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After 30 years, the torch passes at SMRLS Longtime legal advocate for the poor Bruce Beneke will step down as executive director of Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services in St. Paul effective Aug. 1. Jessie R. Nicholson, now deputy executive ...

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Law schools host Native American Law Students moot court Minnesota’s four law schools hosted the 15th Annual National Native American Law Students Association Moot Court competition on Feb. 16 and 17. Students from the law schools formed a committee with ...

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Going the extra step to fight cystic fibrosis Briggs and Morgan shareholder Charles W. Johnson recently bonded with his family in a particularly meaningful way. The Johnson troop (along with 700 other participants) trekked 1,280 steps to the top of ...

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Happy birthday, Mr. President Abraham Lincoln was not, of course, a Minnesota lawyer. But as an Illinois attorney and senator, he certainly can be claimed as a Midwest lawyer. Bar Buzz provides the following facts about Lincoln, which we downloaded ...

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MAIBA involvement has Soule all wrapped up Minneapolis attorney George Soule displays a Pendleton blanket presented to him by the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association. Soule served as president of the group from 2004-06. The blanket bears a tag that ...

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Blackbird takes flight from Minnesota Despite the advocacy of former Minnesota Supreme Court Justice James Gilbert, an A-12 #128 Blackbird spy plane was being dismantled last week from its Minnesota perch and moved to CIA headquarters in Langley, Va. The ...

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Perhaps the phrase ’Chinese Wall’ isn’t so great after all The Berlin Wall came tumbling down more than a decade and a half ago — is it time for the legal ethics phrase “Chinese Wall” to meet a similar fate? ...

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SF seeking professional singles for social gathering (and more?) Still searching for that special someone? So is Twin Cities attorney Rosalyn S. Park. But rather than trolling personals on Craigslist or braving a blind date, Park is throwing a singles ...

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Verdict in China will help 3M breathe easier 3M’s first China-based in-house counsel, James Trussell recently secured 3M’s first civil court victory in China, according to reports by IP Law & Business. Trussell’s attorney registration lists him in St. Paul, ...

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