Attorney | Minneapolis
Molly’s goal as an attorney is to help people to resolve issues they believe are unresolvable. Her first legal position was during law school when she worked as a student attorney at the Minnesota AIDS Project. It was at MAP when she realized how much the law can influence change and witnessed how much it can help those who don’t have the resources. She enjoys working with individuals to resolve challenging issues and show them the steps needed to bring their problem to a conclusion. She also has a knack for helping clients discover their abilities to understand the intricacies of the law and how they can take control of their future.
Molly believes volunteer involvement is essential and has been engaged with many great organizations. Those closest to her heart are Foothold Twin Cities, Art Adventure, Edina Give-and-Go, Feed My Starving Children, and the Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valley.
Molly is a 2005 graduate of William Mitchell College of Law, where she was the President of Phi Delta Phi international legal honor society and operations manager of the William Mitchell Law Review. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature from the University of Minnesota and was a columnist at the Minnesota Daily.
When she’s not devouring a good book, you’ll most likely find Molly at a hockey arena, watching her 12 year old daughter on the ice.