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Kennedy & Graven, Chartered - Minneapolis, MN

Fifth Street Towers150 South Fifth StreetSuite 700 Minneapolis, MN 55402- 1458

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Updated: 04/30/2021

Minneapolis Local Government law Firm


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 foundation by expanding and diversifying our representation of public and private clients...

About Kennedy & Graven, Chartered

Practice Areas

  • Local Government law
  • Municipal law
  • Education and School law
  • Township law
  • Eminent Domain
  • Government Contracts
  • Real Estate
  • Land Use & Zoning
  • Public Finance
  • Economic Development and Redevelpment

Representative Cases

  • In re Speed Limit for the Union Pacific Railroad through the City of Shakopee ,(Minn. Ct. App. 2000)



Office Information


Fifth Street Towers150 South Fifth StreetSuite 700 Minneapolis, MN 55402- 1458


  • 612-337-9310

Other Offices

Kennedy & Graven, Chartered US Bank Center 101 East Fifth Street Suite 2650 Saint Paul, MN 55101

Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 501 West St. Germain Street Suite 304 St. Cloud, MN 56301

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