These Up & Coming Attorneys are the legal minds Minnesota Lawyer is going to cover for the next 20 years as they find justice for their clients and make the arguments that will help define new legal precedents.
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In his relatively short career since graduating magna cum laud from Mitchell Hamline School of Law in 2019, Tony Stauber has found an important niche specializing in representing plaintiffs who have been wronged and have limited options for redress.
Steven Liening brings rich and diverse life experiences to his law practice at Hellmuth and Johnson, where he is focusing on construction litigation.
Atticus Finch, thanks again. Henson Efron associate Sarah Hewitt is yet another attorney whose imagination was fired by the “To Kill a Mockingbird” protagonist.
Sangki Park isn’t just an IP attorney. He’s a bridge to clients abroad, in South Korea and elsewhere.
A partner in Faegre Drinker’s Minneapolis office, Sam Rollins Murphy defends employers across the country in litigation matters, specializing in class and collective actions.
Rashanda Bruce knew from an early age that she wanted to be a lawyer, and also why she wanted to be a lawyer.
It’s a cliché for lawyers to say they got into that profession to help people, but Robins Kaplan associate Raoul Shah has actually lived up to it.
Peter Doely enjoyed studying Latin and Greek while pursuing a classics degree at the University of Iowa.
The catalyst for Nicholas Lira Lisle’s law career occurred in 2016, when he served a local government internship with the city of St. Charles, Illinois, as a public administration major at Northern Illinois University.
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