The highlight of Carly West Holler’s professional accomplishment to date is the level of professionalism she brings to her family law practice.
“Not only does [her professionalism] serve the best interests of her clients and promote the efficient resolution of emotional family law disputes, it also fosters a level of respect and trust among her peers in the professional and members of her community that is typically reserved for veterans of the profession,” says colleague Jacob Erickson.
Additionally, Holler has taken on a leadership role in the 18th District Bar Association, as secretary, treasurer and now vice president. “As bar leader, Carly has displayed a passion for advancing the profession and making the legal process accessible to disadvantaged members of her community through her commitment to the free legal advice clinic at the Wright County Law Library as well as offering free representation to qualifying clients through the volunteer attorney program,” Erickson says.
Holler grew up in Buffalo, Minnesota, and now practices in Monticello, evincing a strong commitment to her community. She is a Rotary International member and a board member of the local rotary district, and a volunteer with Central Minnesota Legal Services.