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Associate Attorney

Kennedy & Graven, Chartered has its principal office in downtown Minneapolis and practices in state and local government law. Our firm acts as counsel to cities, counties, school districts, townships, and public authorities and agencies and provides specialized legal services in all aspects of public law, including public finance, litigation, real estate and employment law. […]

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Attorney Wanted

Best & Flanagan has a long history of attracting and keeping lateral attorneys. Why? Low overhead, collegial atmosphere and a fair compensation system. Currently, we are looking to grow our well-established commercial lending and real estate practice group through individual or small group hires. If you have shown success in building a practice in these […]

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Attorney

We are a growing Mortgage Default firm in Minneapolis looking for an experienced licensed attorney to grow with us. We specialize in foreclosure, bankruptcy, eviction, litigation, title and closings. The ideal candidate should have experience: ·   must have general knowledge of foreclosure laws and process ·   must have some bankruptcy/eviction/litigation knowledge ·   must be comfortable reviewing mortgage documents and title ·   must be able […]

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Attorney 1, MN Dept of Revenue

The Minnesota Department of Revenue has posted a new vacancy for an Attorney 1 position that you may be interested in. To view the job posting, go to the State Careers website at www.mn.gov/careers, then enter Job ID 23378 in Keywords search.

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MSBA speaks against permanent codification of cameras in the courtroom pilot at Supreme Court hearing

On April 25, MSBA President Sonia Miller-Van Oort and Max Keller, chair of the Criminal Law Section, spoke at the Court’s public hearing to express the MSBA’s opposition to the proposal to permanently codify a pilot project allowing cameras in the courtroom. The MSBA’s two main concerns are that: 1) the small sample size of […]

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Graven, Becker Awards winners celebrated at MSBA Assembly meeting

Six distinguished legal professionals were honored with awards at the quarterly meeting of the MSBA Assembly on April 20. The MSBA presented the David Graven Public Service Award to Former Chief Justice Kathleen Blatz.  Chief Justice Blatz has been committed to public service since her graduation from law school in 1984, serving in the Minnesota […]

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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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MSBA Assembly will weigh petitioning changes to MPRC

The MSBA Rules of Professional Conduct Committee is proposing that the MSBA petition the court for amendments to MRPC 1.6 and MRPC 5.5. The MSBA Assembly will consider these proposals at its December 8 meeting. Rule 1.6 addresses confidentiality of information, while Rule 5.5 pertains to the unauthorized practice of law. The amendments to Rule 5.5 […]

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Office Space Available

We are looking to rent one of our offices to a fellow attorney. Our modern office is located on the 23rd floor of the 333 Building downtown Minneapolis directly across from the Hennepin County Government Center. Class A building. Wired for Internet, phone, and TV. Dunn Brothers and Mona’s Bar and Restaurant on the skyway […]

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