- Trial Practice
- Workers Compensation
|University ||University of Iowa, B.S., 1993|
|Law School||University of Iowa, J.D., with distinction, 1996|
|Admitted||1996, Minnesota; 1997, Iowa; 1998, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit; 1999, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Iowa; 2000, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Iowa|
|Memberships ||Cerro Gordo County (Treasurer, 1997-1998), Iowa State and Minnesota State Bar Associations; Iowa Association of Justice (Member: Board of Governors, 2000-2004; 2007-2009; CLE Committee, 1998-2004; Vice-Chair, 2000-2001; Workers' Compensation Core Group, 2001-2010); The American Association of Justice (Member, Insurance Bad Faith Section); Iowa Association of Workers' Compensation Lawyers (CLE Co-Chair 2005-2007); Iowa Workers' Compensation Advisory Committee, Inc. (Law Book Chair 2006—); Iowa Supreme Court Rules Monitoring Committee (2006—); Workers Injury Law and Advocacy Group (2005—).|
|Born||Galva, Iowa, August 10, 1971|
Program Coordinator and Professor, Paralegal Program, Hamilton College, Mason City, Iowa, 1998-2004. Appointed: Iowa District 2A Judicial Nominating Commission, 2000-2005; Judicial Nominating Commission, Iowa Supreme Court, 2003-2009.
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