Shlomo Hahn is an associate assisting clients with general business litigation, specifically in the areas of complex business transaction disputes and issues relating to corporate governance. Shlomo has also expanded his practice to include trust and estate litigation. Prior to law school, Shlomo worked full-time in a group home for people living with disabilities while obtaining degrees in both Psychology and Talmudic Theory and Jurisprudence. His dedication to client service and detail shows throughout his work in discrete legal research and analysis.
Prior to joining Lathrop GPM, Shlomo served as an extern for Judge Elizabeth Cowan Wright of the U.S. Federal District Court for the District of Minnesota and is a graduate of the Lathrop Summer Associate program.
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University of Minnesota Law School, J.D., 2022
- Dean’s Distinguished Scholarship
- “Best Oral Argument” in Moot Court Section Award
Rabbinical Seminary of America, Talmudic Theory and Jurisprudence (B.A. equivalent), 2019
Touro College, B.A., Psychology, magna cum laude, 2017