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Attorney Wanted

Small, but well-established, Elk River, Minnesota firm seeks an attorney for a growing practice. The attorney will initially handle a variety of duties and will have an opportunity to ultimately grow their own practice in a direction that suits both the firm and the attorney. At least three years of experience in a small firm […]

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The profession needs us. Let’s step up.

In July part of my message in this president’s page was about the One Profession program that the MSBA has launched. As you may recall, One Profession consists of a series of one-day meetings. In 2019 we will be holding a meeting in each of the judicial districts in greater Minnesota. Each of the meetings […]

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CEO Cheryl Dalby talks about leading in a time of change

‘Our members will begin to notice subtle improvements’ B&B: You’re taking the helm during a time of change at the MSBA and Minnesota’s two biggest county bars. Will members see any differences in the services they receive from a combined bar staff in the near term?  Cheryl Dalby: In the short term, members should see very […]

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Save the date: One Profession coming to Mankato

The MSBA’s One Profession event in the 5th Judicial District is set for Thursday, March 28, at the Country Inn and Suites Conference Center, 1900 Premier Drive, Mankato. The program brings together attorneys from all segments of the legal profession. This is a great opportunity to earn CLE credits, discuss developments in the practice of […]

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MSBA helps underwrite professional services tax study

The MSBA is contributing financially to an economic study of the impact a sales tax on professional services would have on Minnesota’s economy. The Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants is coordinating the study.  The MSBA adopted its legislative position opposing a sales tax on professional services in 2000. Such a tax was seriously considered […]

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Court hears MSBA petition on MRPC

On January 15, the Minnesota Supreme Court held a public hearing on MSBA’s petition to amend Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct 1.6 and 5.5. The proposed amendments to 1.6(b) provide clarity as to how lawyers may respond to public criticism from clients or former clients. Recommended changes to 5.5 address the realities of modern interstate […]

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