Publications

MSBA Business Law Section
Annual Report
2018-19

 

Section Membership
As of June 21, 2019 the Section has 942 members. 

Financial Status
The Section had an account balance of $42,435.02 as of June 25, 2019.

CLEs & Events 
The Section sponsored or participated in a number of networking outreach events with local law schools: 

  • University of Minnesota Law School Meet the Bar event 11/2/18
  • Mitchell Hamline Business Law Society Fall Panel Discussion 11/13/18
  • University of St. Thomas Meet the Bar event 2/12/19
  • Mitchell Hamline Meet the Bar event 2/19/19
  • Corporate Meets Counsel hosted by University of Minnesota Law School and Carlson School of Management February 27, 2019The Section and its Committees also were involved in planning and co-sponsoring with Minnesota Continuing Legal Education annual Business Law and Banking Law Institutes.

The Section and its Committees also were involved in planning and co-sponsoring with Minnesota Continuing Legal Education annual Business Law and Banking Law Institutes. 


Annual Meeting and Election Results
The Section’s Annual Meeting was held on May 7, 2019 at the Business Law Institute. 

The following council members were elected to serve on the Section’s Governing Council from 7/1/2019 to 6/30/2024:

Jonathan Levy
Kimberly Lowe
Mary Sennes 

The following officers were elected to serve on the Section’s Governing Council from 7/1/2019 to 6/30/2020:

Section Chair: Jonathan Nygren       
Section Vice-Chair: Jonathan Levy             
Secretary: Wade Wacholz
Treasurer: Kimberly Lowe           

Diversity and Inclusion
What diversity and inclusion goals did the Section include in the 2018-2019 work plan, how did you approach these goals, and what was the result?

Our current Diversity Representative is Mary Sennes, whose role is to report to the Section leadership on diversity and inclusion opportunities.  The Section has continued to provide financial support for LegalCorps, which is involved in a number of initiatives for providing legal services to diverse communities.

Submitted By:

Marie Feely, Section Chair
Date:  June 25, 2019