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UPLIFT Legal Institute for Teens Expands Reach, Adds a Third Middle School

Launched by Maslon in 2017, UPLIFT now offers more opportunities for diverse middle school students to learn about the legal field, criminal justice, and the courts.

David Suchar Elected to Serve as Chair of The Trial Network

As chair, David will help guide the network in its mission to strengthen strategic business relationships among the country's leading trial law firms.

Rikke Dierssen-Morice Honored as Knight of the Order of Dannebrog by the Queen of Denmark

Rikke received the honorary title in recognition of meritorious civil service to Denmark in her work as Danish consul and her long history of pro bono service in the Danish community.

Maslon Partnership Elects New Board Members

Newly elected to serve two-year terms are partners Brian Klein and Julian Zebot.

Julian Zebot Elected President of the Minnesota Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

Julian brings his extensive background and expertise in elder law to this leading professional organization.

Carly Johnson Sworn in After Re-Election to Oak Park Heights City Council

Carly, an associate attorney, was first elected in 2018 while a student at Mitchell Hamline School of Law.

James Long to Teach Antitrust Law at the University of Minnesota Law School

Jim brings his decades of experience in antitrust law to the classroom this spring as an adjunct professor.

Maslon Elects Attorneys Jevon Bindman, Peter Doely, and Katie Eisler to the Firm's Partnership

The election acknowledges their tremendous skill, experience, professionalism, and commitment to client service.

Maslon Welcomes Attorneys Marissa Newton and Andrew Page to the Firm

Marissa and Andrew bring added strength to the firm's Corporate & Securities and Financial Services groups.

Maslon Board Chair Keiko Sugisaka Selected as a 2022 Attorney of the Year by Minnesota Lawyer

Keiko is recognized for "Outstanding Service to the Profession" for her commitment to advancing DEI, her service on the Minnesota Commission on Judicial Selection, and more.

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