As a licensed MN lawyer, I can answer questions about the law job search during law school, law volunteering, law internships, summer associate jobs, job searching as an attorney (lateral moves), and law practice as an attorney.
Aaron Hall is a licensed Minnesota attorney, admitted to practice law in Minnesota state courts and the U.S. Federal District Court in Minnesota. Aaron Hall's experience includes service at the law firms of Fredrikson & Byron, Morrison Fenske & Sund, Foley & Mansfield, and Henningson & Snoxell. Aaron Hall also served as a judicial extern under the Honorable Paul A. Magnuson, United States District Court Judge, and as an adjunct professor at Concordia University teaching Introduction to Business Law, Business Law for Marketing Professionals, and Internet Law for Marketing Professionals courses.
American Bar Association, Minnesota Bar Association, Hennepin County Bar Association, Minnesota Small Business
Associated Press, Star Tribune, Pioneer Press, Duluth News Tribune, William Mitchell Law Review
Aaron was awarded his Juris Doctor degree cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law, where he served on the William Mitchell Law Review. He was recognized on the Deans List for outstanding academics and received the CALI Awards of Excellence in Corporations and Alternative Dispute Resolutions courses. Aaron served as President of the Business Law Society and coordinated the establishment of the Corporate Appellate Law Moot Court. He was awarded his Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing Management and Innovation summa cum laude from Concordia University in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Ten Outstanding Minnesotans, Minnesota Jaycees
Currently, Aaron practices as a corporate lawyer, small business lawyer, employment lawyer, tax lawyer, intellectual property lawyer,copyright lawyer, trademark lawyer, real estate lawyer, litigation lawyer, wills preparation lawyer, nonprofit lawyer, family and divorce lawyer, criminal defense lawyer, personal injury accident lawyer, technology lawyer, and bankruptcy lawyer.
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