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MSBA opposes making cameras-in-courtroom pilot permanent

Acting on a recommendation from the Criminal Law Section, the MSBA filed comments with the Supreme Court in opposition to making the cameras in the courtroom pilot project permanent. The reasoning behind the MSBA position includes these factors: The small sample size of the pilot does not warrant a conclusion that it would be beneficial […]

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Multiple Positions – Collabera

We have multiple positions for Legal Editor, Legal Assistant, Paralegal, Law Clerk and Attorneys. Preferable candidate has one to three years of experience or background and education in law. Preferred: Westlaw Experience Juris Doctor Bar admission of Minnesota (Not required for all the positions) You may express interest by submitting a cover letter and resume […]

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Notes & Trends – March 2018

CRIMINAL LAW JUDICIAL LAW • Expungement: Two- and four-year conviction-free period must occur between discharge of sentence and filing of petition. Appellant was convicted in 2000 of misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor harassment restraining order violations. In 2002, he was convicted of third-degree DWI. He filed petitions to expunge the HRO convictions in 2015. At issue […]

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Contract Litigation Attorney

Blackstock Walters LLC is seeking motivated and qualified litigation attorneys to add to its roster of approved contractors for litigation drafting projects. We maintain an active roster of contract attorneys who we notify of available projects consistent with their skill sets. Successful contractors in this position may be considered for full time employment during the […]

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Trump Year One: A conversation with four Minnesota immigration lawyers

with DAN DONNELLY, DANIELLE HENDRICKSON, SAIKO McIVOR, and R. MARK FREY The Trump administration’s directives on immigration have been making headlines since the president’s first week in office. But there is more to the story than the fabled travel ban. In this article, four Minnesota immigration lawyers talk candidly about how the new regime has affected their practices and their […]

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Meet Amanda Heinrichs-Milburn: ‘I saw a need for an outstate voice’

You currently serve on the MSBA Outstate Section council. Tell us about your involvement on the council and any projects or initiatives you’re working on. I saw that there was a need for an outstate voice at St. Thomas, so I founded a student group, the Outstate Practice Cooperative, during my first year at St. […]

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Beyond the travel ban: Headaches for employers

Employment-based immigration under the Trump administration Tune into any news outlet today and no doubt you will hear something about the Trump administration’s crackdown on illegal immigration. You’ll most likely hear about building a wall across the U.S.-Mexico border or proposals on how to address the fate of the so-called “Dreamers,” 800,000 individuals brought to […]

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Stephen Allwine: When crime tries to cover its digital tracks

In late 2016, I was approached by the Washington County (MN) Attorney’s Office to conduct forensic analysis on a number of devices in a homicide investigation. It soon became clear that the case would be one of the most interesting of my career, involving murder-for-hire, religious convictions, insurance money, infidelity, and a distinctly modern element—the […]

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Private discipline in 2017

In 2017, 90 files were closed by the Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility (OLPR) with the issuance of an admonition, a form of private discipline issued for professional misconduct that is isolated and non-serious.1 This number is down markedly from the 115 admonitions issued in 2016 and, coincidentally, 2015. Additionally, 14 files were closed with […]

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