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Date: October 26, 2021

Elizabeth Sorenson Brotten, Alexa Newton, and Melissa Roeder earn new licenses to practice law

by foleyandmansfield
Date: October 26, 2021
by foleyandmansfield

Elizabeth Sorenson Brotten, Alexa Newton, and Melissa Roeder earn new licenses to practice law

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Foley & Mansfield congratulates Elizabeth Sorenson Brotten (MN), Alexa Newton (MO), and Melissa Roeder (WA) on broadening the breadth of their law practices by recently earning additional licenses to practice in additional jurisdictions. Brotten is now licensed to also practice law in Montana and South Dakota federal courts, Newton is now also licensed to practice law in Louisiana, and Roeder is now also licensed to practice law in Oregon.

 

Elizabeth Sorenson Brotten

Minnesota

North Dakota

Wisconsin

South Dakota

Montana

 

Alexa Newton

Illinois

Missouri

Louisiana

 

Melissa Roeder

Washington

Oregon

 

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