LGN Welcomes the Firm’s Newest Associates
Lockridge Grindal Nauen is pleased to welcome the firm’s newest Associates.
Paul Buchel is an Associate at Lockridge Grindal Nauen practicing in the firm’s antitrust group.
After graduating from Mitchell Hamline School of Law in 2016, Paul clerked at the Hennepin County District Court and then worked in civil litigation. At Mitchell Hamline, Paul was an editor on the Law Review and the President of the Health Law Society. He also received certificates in health law and business negotiation, participated in moot court and mock trial competitions, and supported the Minnesota Justice Foundation. Before going to law school, Paul worked at the state Capitol in legislative advocacy.
Paul is a board member of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Chapter of the American Constitution Society and a member of the Minnesota/Dakotas Chapter of the Crohns & Colitis Foundation Young Professionals Board.
Eura Chang is an Associate at Lockridge Grindal Nauen practicing primarily in the firm’s antitrust and data breach practice groups.
Eura graduated cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School where she served as student director of the Immigration and Human Rights Clinic, co-President of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, and Note and Comment Editor of the Minnesota Law Review. Eura was also a recipient of the Robina Public Interest Scholarship and the Sharon and Ivan Fong Leadership Scholarship.
Minnesota Law recently published an article highlighting an asylum case Eura worked on for two years as a student through the Immigration and Human Rights clinic.
Lucy Holland practices in the firm’s antitrust group. While in law school, Lucy served as Affinity Group Liaison and co-president of the University of Minnesota Law School chapter of If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice.
Aaron M. Hove is an Associate at Lockridge Grindal Nauen practicing primarily in the firm’s mass torts litigation department.
During law school, Aaron was a judicial extern to the Honorable Judge Arlene M. Asencio Perkkio of the 1st Judicial District and worked in Mitchell Hamline’s Business Law Clinic helping to start local non-profits. Aaron has been working as both a legal intern and law clerk for the Mass Torts Litigation department since 2017.
Caity Keiper is an Associate in the firm’s antitrust and consumer fraud groups. Prior to her role at LGN, she served as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in Massachusetts, clerked for the Honorable Chief Justice Robert J. Lynn (retired) of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, and practiced employment and appellate litigation.
Greg Lawrence is an Associate and practices exclusively in the firm’s Mass Tort Litigation group, representing individuals harmed by defective medical devices, pharmaceutical products, and chemicals. Prior to joining the firm, Greg gained practical hands-on litigation experience representing entities in Minnesota Workers’ Compensation actions.
Greg graduated cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law in 2013. As a “second career” lawyer, Greg brings a unique perspective to his client representation that allows him to personally connect with clients in an empathetic manner.
Sarah Lundberg is an Associate and practices in the firm’s data breachand antitrust groups, assisting in the management of the e-discovery process and team of reviewers. Since graduating from Hamline University School of Law in 2009 her focus has been on all aspects of e-discovery encountered during complex litigation and encompassing a variety of subject matters.
Develyn Mistriotti is an Associate at Lockridge Grindal Nauen. His experience includes representing businesses and private individuals in civil litigation, as well as advising businesses, non-profit organizations, government entities, and individuals on matters including antitrust law, civil rights, consumer protection law, business and contract law, health law, and political law.
During law school, Develyn was an honor roll student who served in many student organizations, including as the President of the Litigation and Trial Advocacy Group and Vice President of the Black Law Students Association.
In February of 2022, the Minnesota Journal of Law and Inequality published an articleDevelyn authored about black name discrimination.