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Gislason & Hunter Welcomes New Attorney Tracy Jacobs to the Firm

October 13, 2017

Minneapolis, MN (October 13, 2017) – Gislason & Hunter is pleased to welcome Attorney Tracy Jacobs, to the Minneapolis office. Jacobs focuses her practice on medical malpractice–having experience in legal research, discovery and expert witness disclosures requiring in depth analysis of patient medical records.

“We are pleased to have Tracy in our Minneapolis office,” said Gislaon & Hunter Marketing Director, Maureen Gustafson. “She will be a great addition to our Medical Malpractice group.”

Jacobs received her Juris Doctor from Mitchell Hamline School of Law and graduated magna cum laude with certificates in both Health Law and Health Care Compliance. She is also a graduate of Western of Technical College of La Crosse Wisconsin with an Associates Degree in Respiratory Therapy and the University of Wisconsin La Crosse with a Bachelor of Science in Sociology.

Jacobs is currently an adjunct professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law for the 2017 fall semester.


About Gislason & Hunter LLP

Serving individuals, businesses and communities for more than 75 years, Gislason & Hunter provides clients with focused counsel in diverse areas of law including business law, commercial law, corporate law, agriculture law, banking law, litigation, family law, wills and succession associated with an estate plan. In addition to these practice areas, our clients seek legal advice from an accomplished Gislason & Hunter divorce lawyer, child custody lawyer, real estate lawyer, business lawyer, banking lawyer, personal injury lawyer and insurance lawyer. Founded in 1937 in New Ulm, Gislason & Hunter has steadily grown and evolved to 40 attorneys and 60 plus support staff, becoming one of the largest law firms in Minnesota. They have locations in Minneapolis, New Ulm, Mankato and Des Moines, making them experienced in both rural and metropolitan settings. For more information visit