Three Admin Professionals Recognized as Unsung Legal Heroes by Minnesota Lawyer
Stinson LLP Legal Administrative Assistant (LAA) Becky Heuerman, Credit and Collections Manager Carl Obermiller and Business Development Manager Ashley Vetter are recognized by Minnesota Lawyer as 2023 Unsung Legal Heroes.
The Unsung Legal Hero Award honors law firm administrative roles of which attorneys rely on day-in and day-out to consistently support their efforts.
Heuerman leads a team of LAAs who support over 50 attorneys from five practice divisions, including two of the firm's most active practice divisions, by producing a variety of work product related to the attorney/client interface. She is recognized for her intentional and authentic work of supporting members of the firm and for creating a positive work environment that is vital to the success of the firm and its attorneys.
Obermiller plays a crucial role in fostering robust financial relationships and bolstering the firm's overall financial well-being. He is recognized for his exceptional work ethic, unwavering accountability and resolute dedication to the firm's objectives.
Vetter supports the firm's Business Litigation and Real Estate & Public Finance Practice Divisions, in addition to supporting the firm's Litigation Associates practice group. She provides strategic guidance to attorneys to help them drive business development and production goals and build strong client relationships. She is recognized for being a compassionate mentor, a collaborative colleague and a strategic partner to over 100 attorneys across the firm's 13 office locations.
"We greatly appreciate Becky, Carl, and Ashley's exceptional work and dedication to the firm," Stinson's Chief Human Resources Officer Heidi Burton said. "We are fortunate to have an incredibly dedicated staff throughout all of our offices who are always willing to consistently go above and beyond to exceed client expectations. They are all unsung heroes in the legal industry and our success would not be possible without them."
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