Mary L. Hahn, Partner
Civil Litigation, General Business, Contract Disputes, Appeals, Family Law, Employment Law, Construction Law
Mary L. Hahn has honed her skills in the courtroom over the last 23 years, specializing in civil litigation and appellate law, in particular multi-party business litigation, construction law, business contract disputes and divorce proceedings.
She practices in State District Courts and in Federal Court. She has substantial appellate law experience. She serves as the firm’s primary practitioner at the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
Background and Education
Prior to moving to Northfield in 2000, Hahn practiced law at the Atlanta construction law firm of Shapiro, Fussel, Wedge, Smotherman, Martin & Price.
Hahn graduated in 1993 from the University of North Carolina School of Law in Chapel Hill with honors, is a published author, and was on the North Carolina Law Review. She received her undergraduate degree, also with honors, from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in 1990.
Hahn’s colleagues credit her for detailed preparation, as well as her clear and effective presentation in Court. “I feel confidence in my ability to anticipate the twists that litigation may take, while advocating aggressively for my client,” she says.
Northfield Community Involvement
In Northfield, Hahn has served as President of the Board of the Northfield Arts Guild and a board member of WINGS (Women in Northfield Giving Support). She recently served as the President of the Board of the local League of Women Voters, and is on the Board of the Northfield Fine Arts Boosters. She has served as the President of the Rice County Bar Association and is a member of the Fifth District Bar Association.
Hahn is an active volunteer in the Northfield community. Hahn teaches group fitness classes and enjoys dancing and choreography. Hahn has choreographed numerous productions for local community theaters. Hahn is married to St. Olaf professor, Steve Hahn, and has two children, Erin (age 20) and Luke (age 17).