Michelle Lasswell
500 Water St South #102, Northfield, Minnesota, 55057


Helping parties reach an outcome that flows out of communication and respect.

I believe that collaborative law is a great alternative to the traditional family law system. It is an outcome that flows out of communication and respect. It is a more efficient use of your time and money and allows the spouses to control the process, with the assistance of their attorney and other collaborative professionals.

YearTraining TypeInstructorHours
2013 The New Collaborative Experience Tonda Mattie 13.50
2009 Intermediate Collaborative Law Training Chip Rose 7.00
2009 Intermediate Collaborative Law Training IACP – Minneapolis 18.00
2008 Intermediate Interdisciplinary Training Linda Solomon 6.80
2008 Mediation Training Rice Cty Dispute Resolution Program 30.00
2007 Advanced Interdisciplinary Training Pauline Tesler 4.80
2006 Basic Collaborative Law Training Tonda Mattie 6.50
2006 Intermediate Interdisciplinary Training IACP – San Diego 12.00
2004 Mediation Training Dan Simon 40.00
2014 CLI of Minnesota: Annual Forum CLI of Minnesota 8.25
Areas of Practice
  • Family Law
  • Mediation
Undergraduate Education: College of St. Benedict, BA, 1989
Law School: Drake University Law School, JD with honors, 1994
Professional Licenses
  • Attorney, State of Minnesota
Professional Activities
  • Qualified Neutral under Rule 114 of the Minnesota General Rules of Practice
  • Member, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals

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