Your case is unique and deserves a proactive, creative, and thoughtful approach. We will have a conversation about the nature of your dispute and I will listen attentively to gather the facts and understand your concerns and goals. Then I will advise you on a strategy and best course of action to efficiently solve your problems and effectively achieve your desired results.
I am always ready for the challenge of solving complex problems. I skillfully present a persuasive story that crystalizes your case’s key points and ensures the court and the jury understands them. Serving as a trusted advocate is the foundation of my work. You can rely on me to be efficient yet thorough and meticulous with a sharp eye on details. I will work diligently on your behalf throughout the entire process.
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Aidan is licensed to practice in Minnesota. She received her J.D., from the University of Minnesota Law School and her B.A., cum laude, in political science from St. Olaf College. She earned numerous awards in law school, including Best Oral Advocate (2020 National Moot Court Regional Competition) and was active in several organizations including the University of Minnesota Federal Bar Association (President). While in law school, she gained hands-on experience and honed her skills working as a law clerk at HAWS-KM and a Student Certified Attorney in the Robins Kaplan Civil Practice Clinic, representing low-income clients in civil court. She has a wide variety of legal interests, having also done research in the areas of public health and counterterrorism.
In her free time, Aidan enjoys reading non-fiction, cooking, and watching sports year-round. She is an avid linguist and has formally studied Spanish, French, and Hebrew and is currently learning German.
Honors & Memberships
- Federal Bar Association, Member
- Minnesota Justice Foundation, Volunteer
- University of Minnesota Law School, National Moot Court Best Oral Advocate, Regional
- Experienced Legislator or Career Politian: Outsider Rhetoric in the 2016 Election in Conventional Wisdom, Parties, and Broken Barriers (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2018)