Tell us about any awards or honors you’ve received.


When I had been a lawyer for four years, I received my first Super Lawyers award and that was a big deal, and I won it for a number of years after that. Since then, we’ve been awarded – I’ve been awarded, actually – the Minnesota Lawyer of the Year award: in 2011 for the work that we did on the source code, and then again just for 2016 for the work we did on the breath test machine, where we forced the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to report the measurement uncertainty for the breath test machine. We’ve won other awards too, but I would say I’m most proud of those.