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Attorney 1

The Minnesota Department of Revenue has posted a new vacancy for Attorney 1 position that you may be interested in. To view the job posting, go to, then enter Job ID 17300 in Keywords search. Prior to an offer of employment, a background check will be conducted. This will include, but is not limited […]

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Director of Business Administration

Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (SMRLS) is seeking a Director of Business Administration. For a complete job description or to apply, please go to

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Associate Attorney

Thomton, Sperry, Jensen & Keithahn, Ltd., a general practice law firm with offices in Litchfield and Cokato is seeking an associate attorney with zero to three years of experience. A successful candidate will have the ability to network, manage and originate clients and will assist the firm attorneys with existing clients while developing their own […]

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Associate or Partner-Level Attorney

Hall Law P.A., a plaintiffs-side personal injury firm, has an immediate opening for an associate or partner-level attorney with a minimum of 3 years relevant experience. Hall Law P.A. has offices in Edina and St. Cloud. This is an opportunity to get on a partner track at a firm with actual trial lawyers. Interested candidates […]

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Inspired to Serve: In-house pro bono is on the rise

More in-house legal teams are donating their time and skills to benefit Minnesota communities. In this article, the chair of the Minnesota Pro Bono Council discusses that trend, along with recent developments. On a cold December day several years ago, I met a young veteran who not only reshaped my views about what it means to […]

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How “Trial Lawyer” Became an Oxymoron: A lament for the disappearance of civil jury trials

By 2012, most sources suggest, fewer than 2 percent of all federal civil cases went to trial, with less than 1 percent being tried to a jury. Civil jury trials are literally on the brink of extinction. This article traces their decline and explores what’s been lost in the process. As I look back over […]

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President’s travel ban heads to the U.S. Supreme Court

Authors’ Note On September 24, 2017, as this article was about to go to press, President Trump issued a new travel ban, stating that the March 6 Order had expired by its terms. The Supreme Court cancelled oral argument and asked the parties to brief whether the case is now moot. If the Supreme Court […]

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No time? No problem! Two great online pro bono outlets for the busy Minnesota attorney

Research shows the number one factor discouraging lawyers from volunteering is lack of time.1 Luckily, new online tools from legal aid are making pro bono easier than ever before.2 Minnesota Legal Advice Online is a website connecting low-income Minnesotans with remote legal advice from volunteer lawyers across the state.3 MN Legal Advice Online is a […]

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Three Decades of DATWA

Minnesota’s Drug and Alcohol Testing in the Workplace Act continues to confound Minnesota’s Drug and Alcohol Testing in the Workplace Act (DATWA) turned 30 on September 1, 2017. Ten years ago, on the law’s 20th anniversary, one of us wrote for this publication, “For 20 years Minnesota has had one of the most complicated and employee-friendly […]

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Legal Tech Now: Q&A

Four questions about the present and future of legal technology with four presenters from this year’s MSBA Tech Month. What is your current role and how did you end up there? Ed Walters (Fastcase): I’m the CEO of Fastcase—my co-founder Phil and I did a coin flip, and I got CEO, and he got president and […]

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