Gloria S. Myre

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Gloria S. Myre
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2000 IDS Center
80 South 8th Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
T 612.371.3253
F 612.371.3207
Marie Dagostino
T 612.752.1031
  • Minnesota

Gloria Myre’s practice focuses exclusively on family law. She regularly represents professionals, executives, and business owners in complex divorce cases, post-decree matters, and pre-nuptial agreements. She also represents individuals with paternity, custody, and parenting time disputes. Although Gloria works diligently with clients to resolve their family law issues through settlement, she is prepared to advocate zealously for her clients in the courtroom when litigation is needed.

Gloria graduated summa cum laude from the University of St. Thomas School of Law, where she served as the managing editor of the law review. She was a law clerk at the Minnesota Supreme Court prior to entering private practice.

Awards & Recognition
  • Minnesota Super Lawyers, Rising Star, Top Women Attorneys in Minnesota (2016)
  • Minnesota Super Lawyers, Rising Star (2015)
  • North Star Lawyer, Minnesota State Bar Association (2013-2015)
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  • Minnesota
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Clerkship

  • Minnesota Supreme Court, Justice Lorie Gildea

Memberships

  • American Bar Association, Member
  • Minnesota State Bar Association, Member
  • Hennepin County Bar Association, Member

Community Involvement

  • Hennepin County Bar Association, Family Law Section Executive Committee Member
  • University of St. Thomas School of Law, Volunteer Mentor
  • Wills for Heroes Program, Volunteer
  • Junior League of St. Paul, Sustaining Member
  • Bowdoin Alumni Club of Minnesota, Member
  • Bowdoin Alumni Schools Interviewing Committee, Volunteer 
2000 IDS Center
80 South 8th Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
T 612.371.3253
F 612.371.3207
Marie Dagostino
T 612.752.1031
  • University of St. Thomas School of Law

    (J.D., summa cum laude; managing editor, University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2007) 

  • Bowdoin College

    (B.A., Psychology, 2001)

  • Minnesota

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