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Michele Des Rosier

When Michele Des Rosier moved to Duluth in 1974, she considered two very different career directions: law librarian and probation officer. She opted for law librarian, and for nearly 37 years held the position of St. Louis County law librarian.

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Pat Cummings

With 32 years of experience under her belt, Pat Cummings is one of the longest-tenured law librarians in the Twin Cities. She had humble beginnings in 1979 as the Ramsey County law librarian serving judges, attorneys, public defendants and the public.

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Nicoleta Cornea

Armed with a degree in mathematics/computer science and programmer experience, Romanian-born Nicoleta Cornea and her two children moved to Minnesota in 1992 to join her husband, who was in a doctorate program in biochemistry at the University of Minnesota. She landed a programmer job in a biochemistry lab there.

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DeeAnne Cleary

Whether it is a case involving an automobile accident or workers’ compensation or one with clients affected by severe side effects of pharmaceutical drugs, DeeAnne Cleary has always been drawn to the medical side of the legal industry.

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Elizabeth Bolt

Elizabeth Bolt, business development and marketing specialist at Faegre & Benson, is all about being hands-on. You’ll find her in the throes of activity at the firm, where in just a little more than two years she has become a key player for both the business development and marketing teams.

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