Adine Momoh Featured in Attorney at Law Magazine
Adine Momoh is featured in the "2016 Next Generation" section of the Minnesota edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. The section profiles a group of attorneys who are shaping the legal community and the future of law firms. With new practices, big cases, moves and expansions, these attorneys will make a real impact on the practice of law in Minnesota.
The magazine calls Momoh, a "leader among her peers, [her] zest for the practice of law and conscientious attention to detail make her an asset to colleagues, clients, bar associations and the community."
The feature details Momoh's path to becoming an attorney, highlights the successes she has enjoyed so far working on behalf of her clients and lists the professional and community organizations she is involved with.
Momoh is a trial attorney in the business and commercial litigation division of the firm’s Minneapolis office. Her practice includes banking litigation, estates and trust litigation and creditors’ rights and bankruptcy.
Momoh serves on the boards of the Minnesota Philanthropy Partners, the Saint Paul Foundation, the Minnesota Community Foundation, Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers, the Federal Bar Association National Younger Lawyers Division, the Federal Bar Association’s Minnesota Chapter and the International Women’s Insolvency and Reorganization Confederation–Minnesota Network.
She currently serves as secretary of the Hennepin County Bar Association and will elevate to president in 2018-19, when she will be the youngest and first black woman to hold that role in the 8,000 member organization.
From 2013-2015, she received the North Star Lawyer designation from the Minnesota State Bar Association for her commitment to pro bono work and received the firm’s 2013 Pro Bono Services to the Indigent award. In 2013, she was also named a Fellow of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, one of 167 attorneys nationwide. In 2014 she was named one of two finalists for the American Bar Association’s National Outstanding Young Lawyer Award. In that same year, the MSBA honored her with its first-ever Outstanding New Lawyer of the Year Award.
Read the full story "A Woman of Distinction."