The Dakota County Law Library currently offers one monthly Continuing Legal Education session via Zoom. The Zoom presentation will require you to pre-register. If you are interested in attending the session, please
contact the law library at least 24 hours ahead of the program. We cannot guarantee that you will receive a response to your email if it is received after that time frame.
If you are interested in attending future CLEs, please indicate this as well and your name will be placed on a list to receive monthly notifications about upcoming CLEs.
If you only contact the law library asking for information to attend a specific CLE, you will not be placed on the email notification list.
Probate and Beyond
March 16, noon-1 p.m.
This session will provide an overview of the different options available to practitioners in helping clients administer estates. We will walk through how to determine what is the best approach for each individual estate, by considering the assets, claims and heirs. The CLE will conclude by explaining the differences between the different options and some of the advantages and disadvantages of each option.
After graduating from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2005 in the top 10 percent of her class and Order of the Coif, Amy Mason was fortunate to begin her practice at one of the pre-eminent law firms in Minneapolis, Lindquist & Vennum (Now Ballard Spahr). Her time at Lindquist exposed her to complicated matters that she was able to work on with attorneys with sharp legal minds. She feels this experience was invaluable to her own development as an attorney.
After leaving Lindquist in 2012, Mason had a solo practice for seven years, until joining Miller & Stevens in 2019. Although she has been practicing since 2005, Mason feels that one of the best parts of being an attorney is that you never stop growing and learning with the practice and with the clients you have the pleasure to represent. She is always honored to be brought into a matter by a client and entrusted with their current legal needs.
If interested, you can
register through Zoom. If you have any questions, please contact the Law Library at 651-438-8080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.