Melanie Full and Adine Momoh speak at 2015 MWL Conference for Women in Law

Speaking Engagement

Stinson Leonard Street attorneys Melanie Full and Adine Momoh will join panels to discuss generations in the workplace and big data. Both presentations will be held Friday May 8, 2015 at the Loews Minneapolis Hotel.

"Looking Forward, Looking Back: Generations in the Changing Legal Workplace", the keynote session, will be led by Dana Bartocci and feature panelists Conra Frazier, Student at William Mitchell College of Law; Melanie Full, Partner at Stinson Leonard Street; Tamar Gronvall, Managing Asst. A.G. at office of the Minnesota Attorney General; and Michelle Miller, Vice President at Medtronic, Inc.

Full concentrates her practice on class action and business and commercial litigation with an emphasis on financial services, securities, and general contract litigation. In addition to her work, Melanie is actively involved in the arts community and currently serves as President of the Board for Springboard for the Arts, a community arts organization located in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

"At Last, We've Got Data: Women Attorneys in Minnesota" will feature panelists Hon. Elizabeth Cutter, Hennepin County District Court Judge; Adine Momoh, Associate at Stinson Leonard Street; and Hon. Kathy Sanberg, U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge.

Momoh is a trial attorney focusing her practice on the areas of complex business and commercial litigation, securities litigation, estates and trusts litigation, and creditors’ rights and bankruptcy. Adine was recently honored as a finalist for ABA's Outstanding Young Lawyer Award and in 2013 named a Fellow of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, where she was one of 167 attorneys nationwide to be selected for this national leadership development program designed to increase diversity in the legal profession.

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Event Contact

Jeanne Kaufmann
Events Specialist

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