LeadCaroline Crenshaw ’09 was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to a seat on the five-member Securities and Exchange Commission last year. She also serves as a captain in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps. More
AspireA former refugee from Somalia, Samia Osman, 1L, came to Minnesota Law with the idea of giving back to communities “whose shoes I have been in” through human rights work. More
ExperienceJust a few months after being sworn in as an attorney, Connor Shaull ‘20, argued a case virtually before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit for a client he began representing as a student at Minnesota Law. More
Collaborate3Ls Navin Ramalingam, Maci Burke, James Holden, and Marisa Tillman had the opportunity to coordinate and participate in key policy discussions with members of the Biden transition team and the incoming administration, including a cabinet secretary. More
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A Fertile Niche
New Ulm, Minnesota Attorney Rick Halbur ’13, grew up on a family farm and knows what it takes to raise livestock and cultivate crops—including how crucial credit can be in helping a farm operation thrive. Today his practice involves agricultural lending. Halbur is one a number of Minnesota Law grads who practice in the growing legal niche area of agricultural and food law.