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Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath attorney Gina Kastel’s interest in the law was sparked by working in then-Congressman Bruce Vento’s Washington D.C. office, after graduating from Notre Dame University.
Genieve Zimmerman’s career is full of interesting clients, big cases and lots of wins achieved at her firm where she’s a partner, Meshbesher & Spence.
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When Lisa Henry came of age, it was an oddity for a woman to become a lawyer.
Elin Lindstrom first made a name for herself in 2015 when she was part of the Jeff Anderson & Associates team that secured the first significant verdict for sexual abuse survivors under Minnesota’s new Child Victims Act.
After pivoting away from a business degree, Dana McKenzie decided to try law school.
Courtney Camp Enloe became a lawyer in large part because she loves learning new things.
Cathy Gorlin has seen it all in her decades-long law career.
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