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Molly Nelson-Regan



Molly counsels clients in litigation and dispute resolution.

Prior Experience

Molly was a summer associate at Faegre Drinker. During law school, she served at Minnesota Law’s Indian Child Welfare Act Clinic as a certified student attorney and as the clinic student director. During law school, Molly was also a research assistant to Professor Kristin Hickman and assisted with research on a leading administrative law treatise.

Before law school, Molly worked in communications, design and education for museums and art organizations, including the American Museum of Natural History in New York, the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum and the Mattatuck Museum in Connecticut, and the Society of Arts and Crafts in Boston. Prior to that, she taught at schools in Connecticut and New Mexico.

Personal Interests

Outside the office, Molly enjoys running, reading, needlepointing, and cooking complicated recipes in her tiny kitchen.

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Bar Admissions





University of Minnesota Law School
J.D. cum laude, Minnesota Law Review (online and articles submission editor) (2023)

Columbia University
M.A. in Art and Visual Culture (2016)

University of New Mexico
M.A. in Latin American Literature/Studies and Teaching Certification (2015)

Bates College
B.A. in Spanish and Philosophy (2011)

Leadership & Community

Professional Associations

  • Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association

Civic Activities

  • St. Paul Community Action Works — VITA/TCE Advanced Certified Tax Preparer, 2021-present
  • Bates College — Alumni Gift Officer, 2011-present; Senior Gift Co-chair, 2010-11


  • Faegre Drinker — Pro Bono Honor Roll, 2023
Awards Methodology
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