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21 Maslon Attorneys Recognized as 2015 North Star Lawyers by the Minnesota State Bar Association
May 09, 2016

Maslon is pleased to announce the recognition of 21 attorneys as 2015 North Star Lawyers by the Minnesota State Bar Association. Started in 2013, the program recognizes members who provide 50 hours or more of pro bono legal services per year to those who otherwise could not afford representation.

In addition to the MSBA's North Star Lawyers' program, Maslon's long-standing commitment to pro bono work includes participation in the Pro Bono Challenge, a pact formed by the nation's largest law firms and in-house legal departments to significantly increase the amount of pro bono work being performed by their organizations. More than 65% of Maslon's attorneys participated in qualifying pro bono work in 2015, helping the firm exceed the Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge requirement of committing three percent of the firm's billable hours to giving back to the community. In total, Maslon attorneys contributed 3,913 of their hours to pro bono service in 2015.

Maslon attorneys recognized as 2015 North Star Lawyers include:

Casey Beckett
Jevon Bindman
Stephanie Bitterman
Kathleen Crowe Eick
Josh Harrison
David Herr
Leora Itman
Geoff Jarpe
Mari Kaluza
Jason Lien
Susan Link
Jon Parritz
Bill Pentelovitch
Anna Petosky
Marty Rosenbaum
David Schultz
Keiko Sugisaka
Chris Sur
Amy Swedberg
Kristian Weir
Julian Zebot

For more information, go to: Minnesota State Bar Association's North Star Lawyer Program.



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