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Sixty-Three Lindquist & Vennum Attorneys Recognized as 2013 North Star Lawyers by the Minnesota State Bar Association


Lindquist & Vennum LLP is pleased to announce that 64 of their attorneys have been recognized by the Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) as North Star Lawyers. The MSBA recognizes member lawyers who provide 50 hours or more of pro bono legal services per year to those who otherwise could not afford representation.

Lindquist attorneys recognized as 2013 North Star Lawyers include:

David Allgeyer
Adam Ballinger
Frank Bennett
Michael Boulette
John Bowden
K. Jon Breyer
Carissa Brown
Jonathan Bye
Neil Cavanaugh
J. Christopher Cuneo
Mark Dietzen
Kirk Dungca
Terrence Fleming
William Flynn
Bryan Freeman
Christopher Grgurich

Christopher Grote
LB Guthrie
DeAnne Hilgers
Wallace Hilke
Nicole Hittner
Mark Jacobson
Craig Kepler
John Laravuso
Mark Larsen
Joseph Lawder
James M. Lockhart
Thomas Lovett
Anthony Lusvardi
Roderick Mackenzie
James McCarthy
Peter Michaud
Lindsey Middlecamp
Timothy Murphy
Gloria Myre
Joshua Natzel
Michael Olafson
Alison Ovenden
Debra Page
Randall Pattee
Brittany Pearson
Christopher Pham
Richard Primuth
Mark Privratsky
Kim Ruckdaschel-Haley
Daniel Sacco
Elizabeth Sanberg
Samuel Sigelman
George Singer
Christopher Smith
Jeffrey Smith
Jack Strothman
Chris Sullivan
Maggie Tatton
Paul Thissen
Robert Tunheim
Ronald Vaske
Richelle Wahi
Carol Washington
Bryan Welp
Sarah Whiting
Thomas Woessner
Sarah Zach

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