Catherine Ahlin-Halverson serves as Maslon's Public Interest Counsel to spearhead community and pro bono initiatives for the firm. She leads Maslon UPLIFT: Legal Institute for Teens, a new after school mock trial program, which she created and launched in 2017 to serve 8th grade students who reflect the rich diversity of the Twin Cities. In addition to leading the mock trial program, Catherine serves as a mentor and leader across all of Maslon's pro bono efforts.
Previously, Catherine was a partner at Maslon practicing in the areas of complex and class action litigation and served as co-chair of Maslon's Litigation Group from 2011-2013. She is a 2000 graduate of Columbia Law School where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and graduated cum laude from Smith College in 1996 with a B.A. in music.
North Star Lawyer, Minnesota State Bar Association, 2016 (North Star Lawyer is a designation that recognizes members who provide 50 hours or more of pro bono legal services in a calendar year.)
Recognized on Minnesota Rising Stars list as part of the Super Lawyers® selection process, 2008-2010, 2012-2014 (Minnesota Rising Stars is a designation given to only 2.5 percent of Minnesota attorneys each year, based on a selection process that includes the recommendation of peers in the legal profession.)
Top Women Attorneys in Minnesota® list, 2012-2015 (The annual edition of the Top Women Attorneys in Minnesota list features attorneys who received the highest point totals in the previous year's Minnesota Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars balloting, research, and blue ribbon review process.)
CATHERINE SUCCESSFULLY REPRESENTED PRO BONO CLIENT TO SECURE VACATION OF DEATH SENTENCE AFTER 10 YEARS ON DEATH ROW IN TEXAS. SHE IS ALSO RECOGNIZED AS A 2016 NORTH STAR LAWYER BY THE MINNESOTA STATE BAR ASSOCIATION.
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