Attorney Alethea M. Huyser has been elected to serve as Secretary Treasurer of the Minnesota State Bar Association's (MSBA) Appellate Practice Section for the 2021-2022 bar year. The Appellate Practice Section of the MSBA helps educate appellate practitioners, offers opportunities for those practitioners to connect with the bench, and provides pro bono training and opportunities in the appellate arena.
Huyser is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer who assists clients facing various legal challenges, including government enforcement actions, constitutional litigation, fraud and other business tort claims, and regulatory challenges. Prior to joining Fredrikson & Byron, she served as the sole Assistant Solicitor General for the State of Minnesota where she worked on a wide variety of regulatory, administrative and civil issues, specializing in complex constitutional and tort litigation at both the trial and appellate levels.
Established in 1883, the Minnesota State Bar Association promotes the highest standards of excellence and inclusion within the legal profession, provides valued resources to its members, and strives to improve the law and the equal administration of justice for all. The MSBA is where Minnesota lawyers connect – to teach, to learn, to confront challenges and navigate changing times together. Through their collective voices and experiences, MSBA members continue to advocate for the legal profession at the courts and the legislature.
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