LGN attorney Arielle Wagner was elected as the Vice President of the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association (MAIBA). MAIBA is a non-profit organization of American Indian attorneys, law students, and officers of tribal courts. Arielle will serve as the Vice President for the 2018-2019 MAIBA year.
A 2016 graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School, Arielle Wagner concentrates her practice in the firm’s antitrust, data breach, health care, and business practice groups. During law school, Arielle was a certified student attorney in the Indian Child Welfare Act Clinic and served as a Managing Editor of the ABA Journal of Labor and Employment Law.
Arielle is an enrolled member of the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa in Northern Minnesota and serves on the Board of Directors of the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association.
Stephen Owen concentrates his practice in the firm’s antitrust and employment practice groups. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2017 where he served on the Minnesota Law Review as a Note and Comment Editor. During law school, Stephen was a member of the Health Law and Bioethics Association and also volunteered for the Asylum Law Project, where he helped indigent citizens pursue civil rights claims.
LGN Attorneys Elizabeth Odette, Kate Baxter-Kauf, Rachel Kitze Collins, Kristen Marttila, and Arielle Wagner attended the FBA Minnesota Chapter Federal Judges’ Dinner Dance. At the event the Chapter recognized the work on diversity and inclusion undertaken by members and leaders of Minnesota affinity bar organizations.
Ms. Marttila was recently elected as the National Council Delegate for the Minnesota Chapter of the FBA and will serve a three-year term as a Director. Ms. Odette was re-elected as co-chair of the Mass Tort, Multi-District Litigation, and Class Action Practice Group for the 2018-2019 term and Ms. Wells serves on the Communications Committee. Ms. Wagner is a member of the Board of the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association. Ms. Kitze Collins was recently elected as the treasurer for the MSBA Environment, Natural Resources, and Energy law section.