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Practice areas


  1. Family: 75%
  2. Child Abuse: 20%
    19 years
  3. Juvenile: 5%
    19 years


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Attorney endorsements

4 total 

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  • Marian Elizabeth Saksena

    Ms. Gemberling and I served as co-counsel many years ago on a very difficult private CHIPS petition involving a teenager. She is an incredible trial attorney – meticulous preparation, superior command of details, and a powerful presence in the courtroom. I have great respect for her skills, creativity and strategic acumen. She is also very practical, compassionate, and a great listener – traits that benefit anyone going through a family or juvenile court matter. I strongly endorse Ms. Gemberling.


    Marian Saksena Family Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

  • Scott Michael Rodman

    I endorse this lawyer's work. I have worked with Samantha Gemberling in the past and I find her to be extraordinarily professional and competent. I have referred cases to her in the past and will continue to do so.


    Scott Rodman Divorce and separation Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Contact info

Gemberling Law Office

265 West 7th Street
Suite 200
Saint Paul, MN, 55102-2406


MNAuthorized to practice199708/14/2016
AZAdministrative - Not Authorized to Practice200007/09/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Association namePosition nameDuration
Minnesota Women LawyersCommittee Chair Professional Parents CommitteeN/A
Minnesota State Bar AssociationN/AN/A
Ramsey County Bar AssociationN/AN/A
Ramsey County Bar Association, Ethics CommitteeN/A2002 - 2008
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
In re the Matter of the Welfare of the Children of T.R., T.M., B.H., and P.P.Reversal at Minnesota Supreme Court
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School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Hamline University School of LawN/AJD - Juris Doctor1997
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Family Law InstituteSeven Things to Know About Juvenile CourtN/A