During my final year of law school, I served as Copy Editor of the South Dakota Law... more
During my final year of law school, I served as Copy Editor of the South Dakota Law Review. I graduated from law school as a member of the Thomas Sterling Honor Society. After completing law school, I completed a one-year clerkship with the Sixth Judicial Circuit of South Dakota in Pierre. Since then, I have engaged in private practice, focusing almost exclusively on civil litigation. On a ... view profile
Barbara is associated with Lynn, Jackson, Shultz & Lebrun with an emphasis in... more
Barbara is associated with Lynn, Jackson, Shultz & Lebrun with an emphasis in representing clients in civil suits. Barbara has an active practice involving personal injury issues, construction claims and contract interpretation.
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