Twenty-Nine Briggs Attorneys Recognized as 2017 North Star Lawyers

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May 15, 2018

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. – Briggs and Morgan is pleased to have 29 attorneys recognized as 2017 North Star Lawyers by the Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) for their commitment to providing pro bono services to the poor.

To be named a North Star Lawyer, an attorney must be a member of the MSBA and provide at least 50 hours of pro bono service in the calendar year. Attorneys recognized are included on the annual North Star Lawyer roster in Bench & Bar of Minnesota.

 The following Briggs attorneys are recognized as 2017 North Star Lawyers:

  • Erin Altman
  • Richard Anderson
  • Greg Bistram
  • Jerome Borden
  • Andrew Carlson
  • Dan Cole
  • Catherine Courtney
  • John Degnan
  • W. Knapp Fitzsimmons
  • Scott Flaherty
  • Ben Gurstelle
  • Sam Hanson
  • Amarachi Ihejirika
  • Bryce Jasper
  • Claire Joseph
  • Scott Knudson
  • Jim Long
  • Cyrus Malek
  • Marc Manderscheid
  • Bob McLeod
  • Alison Midden
  • Emily Peterson
  • Lauren Pockl
  • Phil Schenkenberg
  • Sally Scoggin
  • Kathryn Short
  • Kristin Stastny
  • Aaron Thomas
  • Jordan Weber

For more information on the North Star Lawyer program, click here.

About Briggs and Morgan
Briggs and Morgan, Professional Association, Affirmative Action Employer, is one of the Midwest’s most trusted names in business law and litigation services. For 135 years, we have moved our clients and communities forward with a blend of creativity, collective understanding and perspective that comes from experience. Our attorneys represent clients across virtually every industry segment in litigation, transactional and regulatory matters locally, regionally and nationally. Our reputation is built on highly personal service. We have longstanding relationships with organizations, institutions and individuals who rely on our sound legal counsel to help build and protect their legacy and their businesses. For more information, visit www.briggs.com.