Minnesota Law's "Why I Give" Features Associate Julia Wolfe
Stinson LLP attorney Julia Wolfe is included in the latest edition of Minnesota Law, featuring her in the "Why I Give" profile. This alumni series highlights those who give back to the institution, providing an opportunity to pay it forward and ensure that future generations of students will have impactful experiences at Minnesota Law.
Since graduating from the university's law school in 2019, Wolfe clerked for nearly two years in a state district court in Rochester, Minnesota. "This was a great experience because, outside the Twin Cities, state district court judges don’t specialize in an area, so my judge handled everything: criminal, civil, probate and family law," Wolfe said.
Wolfe said the experiences she learned while clerking led her to the firm, where she currently practices estate planning. "The learning curve has been huge," Wolf said. "But the intellectual challenges and working with individuals and families on such personal issues are very rewarding."
Wolfe said she supports the law school "because I had such a great law school experience and want to maintain a connection and support an institution that was so important to my professional and personal development."
Wolfe is an associate in the firm's Tax, Trusts & Estates Practice Division. From preparing gift tax returns to drafting wills and trusts, Wolfe helps clients realize their succession planning and charitable giving goals and assists families and individuals in all aspects of trust and estate administration.
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