Susan M. Holt graduated Summa Cum Laude from St. CloudStateUniversity in St. Cloud,... more
Susan M. Holt graduated Summa Cum Laude from St. CloudStateUniversity in St. Cloud, Minnesota in 1996. She completed her law school education at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota, where she received her law degree in 1999. Susan received the “CALI EXCELLENCE FOR THE FUTURE AWARD” from WilliamMitchellCollege of law in 1998 for receiving top honors for the highest score in L... view profile
Mercedes represents individual and commercial clients in collection, contract and... more
Mercedes represents individual and commercial clients in collection, contract and real estate matters. She is a regular lecturer for both the Minnesota State Bar Association and Hennepin County Bar Association of Continuing Legal Education presentations on topics ranging from the use of Minnesota Conciliation Courts to collecting on Judgments. Ms. Gustafson is also an author in the Hennepin Law... view profile
I have been practising law in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area for over twenty years. I... more
I have been practising law in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area for over twenty years. I am the current president of Midland Hills Country Club and an avid golfer. I also am a youth sports coach of hockey and baseball in the New Brighton area for Irondale Youth Athletic Associations.
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