Top Alexandria Election Campaign & Political Lawyers - Minnesota

  • 470 U.S. Bank Plaza,200 South 6th Street Minneapolis MN 55402 44.97694 -93.2677

    Kennedy & Graven, Chartered, combines the tradition and history of two of the state's leading law firms in the fields of local government law, public finance, and development. LeFevere, Lefler, Kennedy, O'Brien, & Drawz, P.A., founded in 1958, and Holmes & Graven, Chartered, founded in 1973, combined their law practices in 1989. Since 1989, we have continued to build upon the firm's strong...

  • 7800 Metro Parkway,Suite 220 Bloomington MN 55425 44.86185 -93.22914

    Derk Karl Schwieger Attorney and Counselor at Law Welcome to my firm! I hope you review my case successes, credentials and accomplishments detailed on this profile and also on my website at www.lawslf.com . I counsel my clients on every option available by conducting a thorough investigation of their individual situation and the law. Lawyers are not allowed to guarantee success, but I can...

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