Paul Floyd assumes presidency of Minnesota State Bar Association; new officers named

Minneapolis, MN (July 5) — Following its last Assembly meeting of the bar fiscal year on June 29, 2023, the MSBA announced the composition of its 2023-2024 Executive Committee.

On July 1, Paul M. Floyd became president of the MSBA for the new bar year. Floyd, a partner in the firm of Wallen-Friedman & Floyd, PA, earned his JD at the William Mitchell College of Law and has built his practice around helping other attorneys navigate issues they encounter in their practices. He is also a past president of the Hennepin County Bar Association and the Federal Bar Association, Minnesota Chapter. 

Joining Floyd on the MSBA Board of Governors as officers for 2023-24 are President-Elect Samuel Edmunds (Sieben Edmunds Miller PLLC); Treasurer Thomas R. Pack (Greenberg Traurig); and Secretary Kenya Bodden (Thompson Coe). 

The Minnesota State Bar Association, established in 1883, serves 14,000 attorney and law student members. The association promotes the highest standards of excellence and inclusion within the legal profession, provides valued resources to its members, and strives to improve the law and the equal administration of justice for all.


Paul Floyd, 2023-2024 MSBA President