The 2010s Part Two: The most recent decade
The most recent decade has ushered in many young attorneys, a majority of whom are still with the Firm today.
Quinn Fylling served as law clerk to both the Southwest Judicial District and the Honorable Dan Hovland prior to joining the Firm. He focuses his practice on litigation, commercial transactions, and creditor’s rights.
Prior to joining the Firm, Jack Zuger was in private practice in Bismarck. Zuger focuses on insurance defense, personal injury and wrongful death, and business and contract disputes. He recently graduated from the International Association of Defense Counsel’s Trial Academy; a program designed to help attorneys further develop trial advocacy skills.
Kirsten Tuntland was a law clerk to both the Honorable Dan Crothers and the Honorable Charles Miller. She practices in the areas of education law, employment law, and civil litigation.
Andy Askew was an intern with Senator Byron Dorgan, in addition to being a law clerk for the Honorable Dale Sandstrom prior to joining the Firm. Askew focused his practice on business and commercial litigation, administrative law, and civil litigation, in addition to serving as a lobbyist. He has since accepted a position as the Vice President of Public Policy at a regional healthcare provider.
Krista Thompson was a law clerk to the Honorable Dale Sandstrom and the Honorable Judges of the South Central District. She focused her practice on general civil litigation. She has since went back to clerking for the State District Judges in Bismarck.