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Real Estate Partner Craig Kepler Named MSBA Certified Real Property Specialist

07.05.12

The Minnesota State Bar Association announces the certification of Real Estate Partner Craig Kepler as a Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) Board Certified Real Property Specialist, an achievement earned by fewer than 2% of licensed Minnesota attorneys. This certification program is administered by the MSBA and approved by the State Board of Legal Certification.

The certified specialist designation is earned by leading attorneys who have completed a rigorous approval process, including an examination in the specialty area, peer review and documented experience. Certified attorneys have demonstrated superior knowledge, skill and integrity in their specific field and can use the designation of specialist to advertise their credentials. More information about Certified Legal Specialists is at http://www2.mnbar.org/certify.

With more than 16,000 members, the MSBA is the state's largest and most influential voluntary organization of attorneys, providing continuing legal education and public service opportunities for lawyers, and assistance to the legal system. The MSBA has been accredited as an independent professional organization for certifying attorneys as Real Property Law Specialists since 1989.

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