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Jessica Susan Intermill

Jessica Susan Intermill

Practice areas:

Native Peoples Law, Gaming

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About Me

When I am not practicing law, I parent two Daschund pups and one very active tot with my husband in Northeast Minneapolis.

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 2005

  1. Native Peoples Law: 70%
  2. Gaming: 30%

Attorney Endorsements

1 total

Contact Info

Hogen Adams

1935 W. County Rd. B2
Suite. 460
St. Paul, MN, 55113

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
MNAuthorized to practice200506/29/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Native American Editorial Advisory BoardLaw3602015
Super LawyerMinnesota Super Lawyers2015
Super LawyerMinnesota Super Lawyers2014
Super LawyerMinnesota Super Lawyers2013
Rising StarMinnesota Super Lawyers2012
Summa Cum LaudeHamline University School of Law2005
Graduated first in classHamline University School of Law2005
Phi Beta KappaUniversity of Nebraska2002

Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
ShareholderJacobson, Magnuson, Anderson, Hogen & Halloran2013 - 2013
Founding MemberHogen Adams PLLC2013 - Present
AssociateJacobson, Buffalo, Magnuson, Anderson & Hogen2008 - 2012
AssociateFaegre & Benson2005 - 2008

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
Tribal In-house Counsel AssociationMember2015 - Present
Federal Bar AssociationMember2008 - Present
Minnesota State Bar AssociationMember2005 - Present

Legal Cases
Case NameOutcome
Wells Fargo v. Lake of the Torches Economic Development CorporationBond indenture held void under IGRA and court lacked jursidiction to enforce bond indenture.
Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan v. GranholmSuccessfully negotiated five-government settlement of reservation-boundary dispute to recognize the treaty boundaries of the Tribe’s reservation.
City of Duluth v. Fond du Lac Band of ChippewaBand no longer required to comply with outdated consent judgment.

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Publications
Publication NameTitleDate
Hamline Law ReviewSeparation of Powers Doctrine and the Feeney Amendment: The Constitutional Case for Judicial Discretion in Sentencing2004
Hamline Law ReviewTake Two and Call Your Legislator in the Morning: What States Can Learn From Pharmaceutical Manufacturers of America v. Walsh2004

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Hamline University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2005
University of NebraskaSociologyBA - Bachelor of Arts2002

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
40th Annual Indian law ConferenceAnalysis of Statutes of General Applicability in Indian Country2015
2014 Indian Law ConferenceMichigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community and the Future of Tribal Soverign Immunity2014
Tax Management for TribesOverview of Current Federal, Tribal, and State Taxation Authority on Indian Reservations2009