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  • 05 Mar 2018 5:19 PM | Priscila Barron Sanchez (Administrator)

    Job Duties and Responsibilities

    o   Serve as primary counsel to real estate investment professionals in areas of mortgage loan origination, loan administration, loan restructure and loan enforcement (commercial lending and church lending).

    o   Serve as primary counsel to corporate real estate clients on commercial leasing transactions (primarily as tenant’s counsel).

    o   Review state lending/licensing laws and advise on applicability to company’s practices.

    o   Research and provide legal advice to church lending clients on legal requirements for various Christian denominations as it relates to mortgage

    o   Serve as primary counsel to other internal clients with other real estate related matters (e.g. sale and/or development of excess property, review of easements, and other miscellaneous real estate related issues.

    o   Communicate effectively with company personnel to ensure they are aware of and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Provide education and training as necessary. Able to articulate complex concepts in an easily understandable manner.

    o   Review company activities as requested to ensure compliance with laws, rules and regulations and contractual arrangements. Ability to handle selected matters in-house; assist clients in quantifying and developing strategies to mitigate legal risk.

    o   Anticipate and guard against new or developing legal risks facing the company. Provide proactive advice, guidance and strategy regarding legal matters as assigned.

    o   Conduct research, review, analysis, drafting and approval of various documents, contracts, policies, procedures and obligations to which the company is or may become a party.

    o   To the extent applicable, provide management and leadership of staff, including performance management, work flow management and career development.

    Required Job Qualifications

    o   Juris Doctorate, member of the bar.

    o   3-7 years of relevant, high-quality legal experience.

    o   Subject matter expertise in one or more relevant areas of regulation and law.

    o   Financial regulatory experience (insurance &/or securities preferred).

    Other Critical Factors

    o   Ability to analyze complex legal issues. Ability to develop creative business solutions that enable all parties to achieve their business goals.

    o   Demonstrated ability to work independently but collaboratively with other attorneys and internal business partners.

    o   Ability to influence and engage others - work effectively with and earn confidence of senior attorneys and management.

    o   Ability to learn, master and teach new issues to business leaders and colleagues.

    o   Strong communication skills.

    Apply at https://thrivent.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/external/job/MN---Minneapolis/Counsel---Real-Estate_REQ-11367-1 

    Please contact Jana.Ott@Thrivent.com

  • 16 Feb 2018 7:37 PM | Priscila Barron Sanchez (Administrator)

    The City of Minneapolis was one of three winning cities selected by the Partnership for Freedom for the Pathways to Freedom city competition between the 100 Resilient Cities. Minneapolis was selected based on our commitment to a comprehensive and holistic anti-trafficking approach, robust community engagement strategies, and City leadership support for the initiative to prevent both sex and labor human trafficking.

    This senior role will transform and accelerate how the City approaches the prevention of human trafficking and support to trafficking survivors. Located directly in City Hall and reporting to the City Coordinator's Office, this position will develop and coordinate the implementation of a citywide policy blueprint on human trafficking. This blueprint will identify the multiple City systems that are needed in a response, recommend new policies and practices, and strengthen existing efforts. This position ensures that the prevention of trafficking, identification of victims and those at risk of trafficking, and service delivery to all survivors of trafficking are key components of program planning and execution across the City's departments.

    This is a temporary position funded by Humanity United and the NoVo Foundation through a two-year grant. Funding beyond that time cannot be guaranteed and does not confer permanent employment.

    The City of Minneapolis will accept applications until this position is filled. Priority will be given to those who submit an application by Thursday, March 1, 2018.

    Job Duties and Responsibilities:

    Develop and implement a citywide policy blueprint over two years on current anti-trafficking programs, critical gaps, and recommended new or strengthened policies and practices.

    Lead overall coordination of City's departments in the development of a citywide response to human trafficking and foster relationships with city and state decision making bodies, including elected officials.

    Engage and establish formal lines of communication with multiple stakeholders outside government, including but not limited to, local service providers, existing trafficking task forces, survivors of trafficking, the business community, and advocates on interrelated issues including immigration, legal services, labor enforcement, civil rights, children and youth services, health care, domestic violence, criminal justice reform, housing and homelessness services, and economic empowerment.

    Ensure City programs aim to serve all victims of human trafficking -- in particular underserved populations, such as immigrant survivors, survivors of labor trafficking, communities of color, indigenous communities, and LGBTQIA+ individuals.

    Work closely with foundation partners to receive technical assistance, coordinate communications strategies, participate in monthly calls and convenings, and monitor and report progress towards deliverables.

    Gather and share learnings, including success and challenges, with partner cities and regional organizations.

    Working Conditions:

    Normal office setting.

    Required Qualifications:

    Minimum Education:

    Bachelor's degree from an accredited university.

    Minimum Experience:

    Six years of experience performing duties closely related those described above.


    An equivalent combination of education and experience closely related to the duties of the position may be considered.

    Selection Process:

    The selection process will consist of one or more of the following steps: a rating of relevant education and experience and/or an oral examination (100%). A resume and cover letter describing all the relevant education and experience you possess are required (Applications without a resume and cover letter will not move forward in the selection process.). This information will be used to determine which candidates will proceed in the selection process. A submitted application is also used to verify the answers to any supplemental questions. Only those candidates who attain a passing score (70%) on each step in the selection process will be placed on the eligible list. The City of Minneapolis Human Resources Department reserves the right to limit the number in any phase of the selection process.

    Background Check:

    The City has determined that a criminal background check and/or qualifications check may be necessary for certain positions with this job title. Applicants may be required to sign an informed consent form allowing the City to obtain their criminal history and/or verify their qualifications in connection with the position sought. Applicants who do not sign the informed consent form will not be further considered for the position.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    Master's degree and 10 years of experience highly preferred.

    Expertise and experience in city-level policy making, including the coordination of multiple city government agencies in the development, planning and execution of strategy, policy, and programs.

    Skilled in successfully breaking down government department silos and issue area silos.

    Demonstrated leadership and experience in more than one interrelated issue area such as immigration, legal services, labor enforcement, civil rights protections, children and youth services, health care, domestic violence, criminal justice reform, housing and homelessness services, and economic empowerment.

    History of effective stakeholder engagement and networking with civil partners, such as survivors, service providers, advocate, and the business community.

    Proven track record of advocating on behalf of underserved populations.

    Extensive degree of independent judgment and professional managerial experience to ensure timely project management, communication coordination, and responsiveness to stakeholders.

    Apply here!

  • 16 Feb 2018 7:34 PM | Priscila Barron Sanchez (Administrator)

    Human Trafficking Legal Case Manager (HTLCM)

    The Advocates for Human Rights is seeking a Human Trafficking Legal Case Manager (LCM)

    to work with its Refugee and Immigrant Program. The Advocates for Human Rights is a

    volunteer-based, non-governmental, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the

    promotion and protection of internationally recognized human rights.

    The Advocates for Human Rights provides free legal representation to low-income asylum

    seekers and human trafficking survivors by providing free legal representation. Consistent with

    its mission of building the human rights movement by involving volunteers in human rights

    work, The Advocates recruits, trains, and supports a pro bono panel of attorneys handling

    immigration-related legal representation. The Advocates participates in coalitions of local and

    national taskforces of legal service providers, law enforcement and social service providers to

    ensure that non-citizen human trafficking survivors in the United States have access to legal


    Position Summary: The Legal Trafficking Case Manager (LCM) will work with The Refugee

    and Immigrant Program team to assist with coordination of legal services for human trafficking

    victims. The LTCM will help coordinate case screening, file preparation for placement with

    volunteer attorneys, as well as gathering and tracking data related to legal casework. As part of

    this work, the LTCM will assist with supervising and coordinating interns who provide

    assistance throughout the year. The LTCM will also assist staff attorneys that train and support

    volunteer attorneys locally and nationally. The LTCM must be able to communicate with nonEnglish

    speakers and people of varied cultural backgrounds. The LTCM also must be

    professional, have strong written and oral communication skills, and be organized.

    Main Responsibilities:

    Coordinate Case Screening

    • Manage referrals from law enforcement agencies, social service providers, and other

    legal partners to initiate legal intake screening with potential human trafficking victims.

    • Responsibilities include screening potential clients for service eligibility, making

    referrals, and participation in regular case intake reviews with other legal services

    program staff to determine eligibility for ongoing representation.

    Prepare Files for Transmittal to Volunteer Attorneys

    • Draft and edit case summaries, case write ups and correspondence with attorneys and


    • Upload and organize relevant documents to the case handling portal.
    • Follow protocol to engage case partners including sharing access to case handling portal

    and scheduling regular check-in meetings for group cases.

    • Assist staff attorneys with in-house legal cases and when staff attorneys support and

    mentor volunteer attorneys.

    Track Case Data

    • Maintain client electronic and paper case files and other clerical duties necessary to

    support the human trafficking legal services project.

    • Manage tracking of referrals from and to legal, social service and law enforcement


    Assist with Intern Coordination

    • Assist with day-to-day supervision of program interns including evaluating and

    interviewing intern applicants, coordinating schedules, delegating assignments and

    working with Program Director to provide feedback and evaluations for interns.

    Assist with Attorney Training and Support

    • Assist with scheduling and advertising trainings for pro bono attorneys and social service


    • Manage training registrations, address registrants' logistical questions and send reminders

    to registrants prior to training.

    • Coordinate training logistics with venue hosts addressing issues including technology

    needs, refreshments and parking validation.

    • Apply for CLE credits with the MN Board of Continuing Education, as applicable, and

    post/share CLE credit information with training participants.

    • Assist staff attorneys with scheduling ongoing support meetings with attorneys working

    on open trafficking cases.

    Organization Duties

    • Attend and participate in staff meetings and program meetings
    • Represent The Advocates on appropriate coalitions, bar association committees and

    working groups.

    • Support program and organization-wide events that occur throughout the year
    • Participate in organization communications efforts, including the monthly Newswire,

    blogs, Asylum Update, and Observer magazine

    Skills and Attributes:

    • Proficiency in Microsoft Access, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and interest in learning

    new software.

    • Attention to detail and ability to manage data and systems with accuracy and on deadline.
    • Ability to work both independently and effectively as part of a team.
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including ability to work with people of

    diverse backgrounds.

    • Commitment to human rights, social justice, and international affairs.

    This is a full-time position for a two-year project with health and vacation benefits.

    The Advocates for Human Rights is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and does not

    discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin,

    age, disability or veteran status.

    Resume and a letter explaining interest in the position should be submitted with the subject

    "Human Trafficking Legal Case Manager" via email to hrights@advrights.org March 15, 2018.

    Late applications will be considered until the position is filled. No calls please.

  • 15 Feb 2018 1:34 PM | Priscila Barron Sanchez (Administrator)

    Director Counsel - Real Estate(Job Number: LAW0000B8)


    About This Opportunity

    Target is seeking a collaborative and self-motivated attorney with at least four (4) years of legal experience to serve as Director Counsel, Real Estate. This attorney will provide transactional support, legal advice, and strategic direction to Target on a wide variety of matters in support of Target’s real estate strategies and operations. The work will include the following:

    Drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide variety of real estate transactions in support of Target’s extensive existing store portfolio and new store growth initiatives, including leasing (ground and building leases), purchase and sale agreements, operating and easement agreements, site development agreements, and other agreements.

    Representing Target’s interests externally with developers, landlords, co-tenants, governmental authorities and other third parties.

    Collaborating closely with experienced paralegal team to drive efficient title review and closing processes for each real estate transaction.

    Providing general legal support, advice and training to business partners related to transaction structuring and strategy, key contract provisions, commercial disputes, process improvements, and other matters impacting Target’s real estate portfolio.

    Developing contract management processes and best practices, including development and regular updates of form documents and clauses.

    Retaining and managing outside counsel resources.

    Establishing and maintaining collaborative working relationships with a broad set of internal partners (both business and legal) and outside resources.


    At least four (4) years of full-time experience as a commercial real estate attorney with a strong emphasis on transactional work described above.

    Excellent sense of prioritization and highly organized with the ability to manage multiple tasks and client relationships in a fast-paced environment.

    Strong writing, communication and collaboration skills.

    Business-oriented problem solver and a flexible team player.

    Excellent analysis and negotiation skills with the ability to balance legal risks with business imperatives associated with complex real estate transactions and other matters.

    Retail real estate experience is preferred, but not required for consideration.

    J.D. degree with excellent academic credentials from accredited law school.

    Admitted or eligible for admission to the Minnesota bar.

    Primary Location: United States-Minnesota-Minneapolis


  • 15 Feb 2018 1:33 PM | Priscila Barron Sanchez (Administrator)

    Director Counsel, Employee Relations (Job Number: LAW0000BC)

    JOIN US AS A Director Counsel, Employee Relations

    About This Opportunity

    Help Target foster a culture where team members feel valued and rewarded. Recruit top talent, effectively onboard and encourage career development, and support team members and candidates for Target Stores, Distribution Centers and Headquarters.

    Delivers legal services in substantive areas specific to Employee Relations. Works under general guidance to ensure that the ER legal services provided represent the organization's brand and philosophy in a cost-effective, strategic and responsible manner. Builds great team and client relationships.

    Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of groundbreaking thinking and visionary goals. As a Director Counsel, Employee Relations, you'll take the lead as you…

    Provide expert legal counsel in Employee Relations matters for assigned areas of responsibility. Work with the Employee Relations teams to identify legal and HR-related issues. Follow and recommend improvements to related work processes and works with available resources to ensure that issues in assigned areas are being addressed.

    Serve clients in pyramid-specific or project-specific work to ensure strategies and actions in ER matters support the company's brand, mission and philosophy. Understand HR and business objectives and strategies.

    Strategically manage employment litigation and agency matters along with key partners.

    Work independently with outside counsel. Follow standards for legal work in assigned areas and ensure that work is performed in a cost-effective manner.

    Remain current on legal and business developments and share appropriately with ER/LR team and business partners.

    Assist in representing Target's interests to government agencies and other outside entities.


    J.D. or equivalent from accredited law school and admitted to a state bar.

    4+ years at a law firm or in-house capacity serving clients in Employee Relations matters

    Experience providing consultation and legal advice in a corporate or law firm setting,

    Strong written and oral communication skills.

    Strong ability to establish effective, trusted team and client relationships

    Strong litigation experience with significant employment law background

    Primary Location: United States-Minnesota-Minneapolis

    Apply here!

  • 13 Feb 2018 2:31 PM | Priscila Barron Sanchez (Administrator)

    Adjunct Faculty Positions Available

    Mitchell | Hamline School of Law is hiring adjunct faculty to teach the Lawyering: Advice and Persuasion skills course starting in August 2018 and ending in April 2019. This is a six-credit, two-semester, graded course that students take in their first year of law school. Teaching occurs in small classes taught on a part-time basis …

    Adjunct Faculty Positions Available

    Driver, Mobile Law Network

    Status:  Part time (20 hours per week) Mitchell Hamline School of Law is seeking a part-time driver for our Mobile Law Network which provides free legal and law-related services to individuals and communities who are in need of assistance.  The Mobile Law Network (named “The Wheels of Justice”) utilizes a converted RV that has two …

    Driver, Mobile Law Network

    Academic Excellence Specialists

    Status: Full-Time (multiple positions) The Academic Excellence Department has several openings for Bar Preparation Specialists and Academic Support Specialists.  Academic Support Specialists will be responsible for teaching, guiding, and supporting students to ensure their successful transition to and completion of law school.  Bar Preparation Specialists are responsible for teaching, guiding, and supporting students to ensure …

    Academic Excellence Specialists

    Administrative Coordinator

    Status:   Full Time The administrative coordinator will provide support to the Blended Learning program and Student Services department. In collaboration with key constituencies, this position will be responsible for coordinating the logistics of preparation and capstone weeks including events, catering, student materials, room reservations, and maintaining the master schedule.  In addition, this position will manage …

    Administrative Coordinator

    Visiting Professor

    Status:  Full Time (one year appointment) Mitchell Hamline School of Law is seeking candidates for two visiting faculty positions beginning in August 2018. These are one-year full-time positions, with the potential for an additional year’s reappointment. Our principal curricular needs include property law, contract law, commercial law, and evidence, but we are open to considering …

    Visiting Professor

    Sex Offense Litigation and Policy Fellow

    Mitchell Hamline School of Law – Employment Opportunity Sex Offense Litigation and Policy Fellow The Sex Offense Litigation and Policy Resource Center seeks applications for a full-time fellowship position. This is a two-year, full-time position, working directly with the director of the Center. We seek a person with superior research, writing and organizational skills, with …

    Sex Offense Litigation and Policy Fellow

  • 13 Feb 2018 2:28 PM | Priscila Barron Sanchez (Administrator)


    The Payne-Phalen Community Council (District Five) exists to promote the physical, social and economic development and human dignity of people of all ages, backgrounds, cultures, and communities within its geographic boundaries, and is the largest of Saint Paul’s 17 citizen participation districts established in 1975.

    The Payne-Phalen Community Council (District 5) organizes to fulfill the vision and interests of all people living in, or owning a business in Payne-Phalen Planning District 5. The City of Saint Paul names the geographic area making up the Payne-Phalen neighborhood as the District 5 Planning area.

    Our mission is to improve Payne-Phalen neighborhoods by engaging, educating and empowering all residents in our diverse community. The Payne-Phalen Community Council is a registered Minnesota non-profit 501(C)3 organization that is governed by an all-volunteer 17- member Board of Directors.

    This is an exciting time in Payne-Phalen! Developing a district-wide plan for investment for the first time since 1974!

    The Executive Director is responsible for the implementation of PPCC priorities and managing the day-to-day operations. This requires a broad perspective, prioritization, exceptional interpersonal skills and a great deal of energy and creativity.


    External Relations
    Supports and implements the goals, projects and initiatives of PPCC • Networks and builds strategic partnerships to advance the organization • Engages neighborhood residents and stakeholders to advance PPCC’s mission and fosters volunteer participation • Communicates with city and state agencies, neighborhood and community based organizations and elected officials and ensures that PPCC is consistently presenting a strong, positive image to relevant stakeholders • Promotes PPCC through social media, website, electronic newsletter and other methods to ensure that businesses and residents are well informed • Models and maintains a high standard of professionalism within the organization

    Internal Operations
    Hires, manages and evaluates all staff, contract employees and interns in accordance with PPCC’s personnel policy • Maintains a clean, well-organized physical environment for staff to work in and oversees all general office procedures • Oversees the work of Committees and Task Forces • Supports the operations and administration of the Board of Directors and interfaces between Board and staff • Recommends yearly budget for Board approval and prudently manages resources within budget guidelines • Sets and maintains strict financial operating procedures within the office and ensures adequate separation of duties and timely execution • Works with bookkeeper to produce consistent, accurate and timely financial reports for the Board of Directors • Regularly assesses organizational risks and ensures that all tax and nonprofit filings are accurate and completed on time • Prepares for regular audits or financial reviews and adjusts procedures based on findings

    Fundraising and Grant/Contract Management
    Manages grant writing, annual giving, sponsorships and City of St. Paul contracts and, along with the board of directors, is responsible for raising the funds necessary to operate • Ensures that all contract and grant requirements are being met or exceeded • Monitors development projects in the neighborhood and ensures that residents have an opportunity to participate in the growth and development of the Payne-Phalen district • Attends, with neighborhood leaders, public hearings, meetings with developers and relevant council proceedings to represent PPCC’s position on development projects in the neighborhood.


    • Experience with constituent based organizations, grassroots organizing, land use or housing and program management
    • Bachelor’s degree or higher
    • 5+ years of nonprofit leadership
    • Experience working with Board of Directors and volunteers
    • Demonstrated success at fundraising, grant writing, contract management and fiscal management
    • Experience building and maintaining coalitions, partnerships, collaborative relationships
    • Demonstrated cultural competence and cultural responsiveness
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to prioritize, take direction, and complete projects in a timely manner
    • Detail oriented with strong strategic thinking and planning skills
    • Adept with current technology and programs, and able to stay current with changing technology


    • Degree in nonprofit management, public or business administration or urban planning.
    • Executive Director experience including personnel management
    • Proficiency in the Hmong, Karen, Somali, or Spanish language

    This is a full-time position, with $45,000 to $55,000 annually. Generous paid time off is provided, as well as negotiable health benefits.

    Please submit a cover letter, resume and 3 references to the Hiring Committee at jobs@paynephalen.org.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The priority deadline to apply is January 31, 2018.

  • 12 Feb 2018 5:13 PM | Priscila Barron Sanchez (Administrator)


    Attorney III - Assistant Director


    Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility

    St. Paul, MN 55102 HOURS OF WORK Full time


    The Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility located in downtown St. Paul seeks an Attorney III. The position involves advanced professional research, writing, investigative work and trial practice.


    · Investigate complaints of attorney violations of the Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct, including matters involving both proposed private and public discipline, make recommendations for disposition, prepare memorandum dismissing the complaint if there is no basis for discipline and prosecute attorney disciplinary cases.

    · Educate the bar on professional responsibility matters by speaking at seminars, authoring articles for publication, and providing advisory opinions to individual attorneys;

    · Work with and mentor volunteer investigators at the district ethics committees; and

    · Such other duties as assigned.


    · At least 10 years’ experience - must include civil litigation or prosecution/defense experience. Investigation experience preferred.

    · Excellent ability to analyze, organize and present facts, laws, evidence, and precedents concerning assigned work.

    · Superior writing and presentation skills.

    · Knowledge of substantive and procedural laws and Supreme Court rules relating to discipline preferred.

    · Ability to work productively in a fast-paced environment with a high degree of accuracy.

    · Ability to work effectively with judges, court staff, administrative staff, and the public.

    · JD from an accredited law school; superior academic credentials preferred.

    · Currently licensed to practice law in Minnesota or able to be admitted.

    · Successful completion of a criminal background check.

    SALARY RANGE: Starting salary range is $82,664 - $105,381. Full pay range is $82,664 - $128,078. Starting salary will be based on knowledge, skill set and experience.

    GREAT BENEFITS PACKAGE! The State of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package including low cost medical and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short and long term disability, pretax flexible spending accounts, retirement plan, tax deferred compensation, generous vacation and sick leave, and 11 paid holidays each year. Visit https://mn.gov/mmb/segip/ for benefits information.

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled.

    TO APPLY: Apply online at www.mncourts.gov. Include a cover letter, résumé, three professional references and legal writing sample.

    If you have questions, please contact the Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility at 651-296-3952.

    Minnesota Judicial Branch

    Human Resources, Rm. G08

    25 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd

    St. Paul, MN 55155

    It is the policy of the Minnesota Judicial Branch that all decisions regarding recruitment, hiring, promotions, and other terms and conditions of employment be made without discrimination on the grounds of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, membership or activity in a local human rights commission, disability, sexual orientation, or age.

    Equal Employment Opportunity

    The Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility in St. Paul, Minnesota seeks an experienced litigation attorney to conduct ethics investigations, prosecute ethics violations before the Minnesota Supreme Court, and educate lawyers on their ethical responsibilities. EOE. More information can be found at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mncourts/jobs/1976096/senior-assistant-director-attorney-iii?keywords=attorney&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

  • 09 Feb 2018 12:34 PM | Priscila Barron Sanchez (Administrator)

    Notice of U.S. Magistrate Judge Vacancy

    The Judicial Conference of the United States has authorized the appointment of one full-time United States Magistrate Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota.

    The current salary of the full-time position is $191,360 per year and the position will be located in Minneapolis or St. Paul. The term of office for a full-time magistrate judge is eight years; incumbents may be reappointed to successive terms.

    The full public notice, application instructions, and application form are available on the Court’s website at www.mnd.uscourts.gov. Applications must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. Central Time on Friday, March 9, 2018.

  • 02 Feb 2018 10:46 PM | Priscila Barron Sanchez (Administrator)

    Stinson Leonard Street LLP is seeking an Associate with up to two years of experience to join the Energy, Environmental, Mining, and Transportation Division, in our Minneapolis, Minnesota office.


    Qualified candidates must be licensed to practice in or eligible for admission without examination to Minnesota. The candidate must have up to two years of experience in corporate transactions, M&A, financings or project development, with a preference for such experience in energy transactions.  Qualified applicants will possess excellent academic credentials and have strong writing, analytical, organizational, and communication skills.  Federal judicial clerkship experience a plus.


    Please send cover letter, resume, unofficial law school transcript, and writing sample by e-mail to:


    Anna Lloyd

    Attorney Recruiting Manager

    Stinson Leonard Street

    1201 Walnut ST, Suite 2900

    Kansas City, MO 64106



    Stinson Leonard Street is an EEO employer. We encourage qualified minority, female, veteran and disabled candidates to apply to be considered for open positions. We offer a very competitive compensation and benefits package. We conduct criminal background checks of all individuals offered employment.


    For information about Stinson Leonard Street, visit us at www.stinson.com.

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