During the current public health emergency, Mitchell Hamline reached out to alumni to see if any are offering discounts or pro bono legal work for people affected in some way by the pandemic.
This is a working list. Check back for updates.
Maher Abduselman ’16 & Abdifatah Mohamed ’15
Mohamed Zain, LLP
Business law, real estate, employment, personal injury, civil rights. COVID-related resources for individuals, employees, businesses, and non-profits.
Remote workers including paralegals, legal assistants, bookkeeping, phone answering, transcription work for solo and small law firms. Remote contract employment opportunities also available.
Karen Grossman ‘18
Uplifting Legal, PLLC
Low Bono and Sliding Fees for Estate Planning and Real Estate
Don “Scott” Herron ‘18
Summit Legal Solutions
Johnson City, Tennessee
Maggie Kluver ‘20
Kluver Law Office
Free healthcare directives for anyone with a chronic illness or over age 60, $25 for others. Power of Attorney, Life Estate Deeds, Bankruptcy
Joe LeBlanc ’12 (HUSL) & Amanda LeBlanc ’12 (HUSL)
LeBlanc Law and Mediation
Sliding fee scale for virtual family and civil mediation services; discounted or waived retainers based on need for COVID-19 related employment law cases
Inti Martinez-Aleman ‘16
Ceiba Forte’ Law Firm
Low bono / sliding-fee scale (especially, but not exclusively, for Spanish speakers).
Alex Mueller ‘16
Hellmuth & Johnson
Legal services for artists, musicians, writers, filmmakers, anyone else in entertainment or events
Susana Munoz ‘19
The Justice Legal Team
Las Cruces, New Mexico
25% off flat fee estate planning; video conferencing available for those unable or not wanting to meet in person.
Emmett Robertson ’11 (WMCL)
Non-profit and business law
Davis Senseman ’03 (WMCL)
Davis Law Office
Adam Spees ’09 (WMCL) & Chad Wartick ’14 (HUSL)
Cooper Law, LLC
Sliding scale representation in family law matters; virtual sliding fee mediation and unbundled family law services; representation for federal social security disability benefits
Natalie Xiong ’18
Law Office of Natalie Xiong
St. Paul, Minnesota
Family, estate planning, immigration, and employment discrimination matters.
For current health-related information, we encourage you to visit the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Minnesota Department of Health websites. We will also update school information on the website.
- Mitchell Hamline plans some in-person classes for summer, aims to add more in fallPosted March 19
- Mitchell Hamline plans in-person commencement June 6 at CHS FieldPosted March 12
- Starting Feb. 15, campus entry requires health check-in on appPosted February 10
- Mitchell Hamline will remain entirely online in spring 2021Posted October 20
- Mitchell Hamline to teach completely online in fall 2020Posted July 27
- Mitchell Hamline’s Burger Library to reopen for students, faculty, staff on Monday, July 13Posted July 9
- Through COVID-19 and Floyd crises, alum stays focused on community servicePosted June 17
- New health protocols for campus take effect June 15Posted June 12
- Building restrictions remain in place until further noticePosted May 15
- Mitchell Hamline extends building restrictions to May 18Posted May 1