Nov 07
Super Lawyers

Three alumni named Super Lawyers, 35 are Minnesota Rising Stars

Published on: Thursday, November 7, 2013

Three graduates of the University of St. Thomas School of Law were named Super Lawyers for 2013 by the Super Lawyers rating service, and another 35 were designated Minnesota Rising Stars.

The accolades are given as part of an effort by the Super Lawyers organization to create a credible, comprehensive and diverse listing of outstanding attorneys that can be used as a resource for attorneys and consumers searching for legal counsel.

Lawyers are formally nominated by a peer or identified by the Super Lawyers attorney-led research department, then evaluated for inclusion based on independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.

The Super Lawyers designation recognizes attorneys who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Up to 5 percent of lawyers in Minnesota receive this designation. The Rising Stars title, bestowed to no more than 2.5 percent of lawyers in the state, recognizes lawyers who are either 40 years old or younger, or who have been in practice for 10 years or less.

Super Lawyers:
Gerald Fornwald ('05)
Jacob Hendricks ('08)
Sharon Roberg-Perez ('05)

Minnesota Rising Stars:
Michael Lammers (’08)
Allison Maxim (’05)
Peter Gregory (’07)
John Bisanz, Jr. (’08)
Michael Boulette (’10)
Victoria Jacobsen Brenner (’04)
Brett Clark (’06)
Dave Dustrud (’08)
Brian Ellsworth (’09)
Brian Feldhaus (’06)
Naomi Garfinkel (’04)
Molly Hamilton (’05)
Elisa Hatlevig (’04)
Kate Hibbard (’06)
Alexander Jadin (’06)
Jeanine Johnson (’06)
Thomas Kettleson (’06)
Rachel Lorentz (’06)
Heather McElroy (’04)
Julia Offenhauser (’04)
Alyson Palmer (’04)
Eric Palmer (’07)
Ryan Palmer (’04)
Christopher Parrington (’04)
Rachel Peterson (’07)
Anna Petosky (’07)
Kimberly Robinson (’06)
Joel Schroeder (’04)
Jeffrey Storms (’06)
Brian Taurinskas (’04)
Adriel Villarreal (’06)
Bradley Walz (’04)
Michael Will (’06)
Thomas Anderson III (’04)
Elizabeth Grande (’04)

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