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Carly Johnson Co-Presents University of St. Thomas Webinar on Running for Office

February 11, 2022

Carly Johnson, an attorney in Maslon's Litigation Group, will co-present a 60-minute live webinar as a part of the University of St. Thomas's nonpartisan campaign training series designed to encourage women to run for office, Ready to Run Minnesota. In her session, titled "Running for Office as a Young Woman," Carly will describe her experiences successfully campaigning for a seat on the Oak Park Heights City Council when she was 23. As a council member, she serves as liaison to the Parks and Trails Commission and as a member of the National League of Cities’ Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Policy Committee.

For more information or to register, go to Ready to Run Minnesota: Running for Office as a Young Woman.

Carly assists clients across a broad range of general commercial litigation matters, including construction, real estate, and product liability disputes. Her practice is informed by her active civic engagement and service, which includes her election to the Oak Park Heights City Council shortly after earning her undergraduate degree in biology from St. Thomas. She went on to earn her law degree from Mitchell Hamline School of Law.


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