2017 MLBA Greater Minnesota Fellowship
Deadline for 2017 applications was March 1, 2017
The Minnesota Lavender Bar Association (MLBA) is now accepting applications for our 2017 fellowship, which is intended to support LGBT attorneys who office and practice outside the seven-county Twin Cities metropolitan region. The primary goal of the Fellowship is to increase LGBT attorney visibility in Greater Minnesota. In turn, it is hoped that the MLBA Fellow will serve to welcome LGBT clients and community members, thus increasing access to legal services and serving community needs.
We invite all eligible applicants to apply for the MLBA Greater Minnesota Fellowship. Please see the Fellowship Application for eligibility requirements. State Program Administrators and Supervisors employed by the State of Minnesota are encouraged to apply.
For further information, contact:
Secretary, Minnesota Lavender Bar Association
2014-2015 MLBA Fellow
The Minnesota Lavender Bar Association (MLBA) awarded its inaugural Fellowship in 2014 as part of a program to increase outreach and support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) attorneys practicing law beyond the Twin Cities in greater Minnesota.
Lindsay J. Brice, recipient of a Senior MLBA Greater Minnesota Fellowship, has been active in the LGBTQ community in Rochester since moving there in 2007 after graduating from Hamline University School of Law. Lindsay clerked for the Honorable Joseph F. Wieners until 2009 when she was hired as a prosecutor for the Criminal Division of the Rochester City Attorney’s Office. She is the only “out” LGBTQ prosecutor in the County. Lindsay is a leader within the Olmsted County LGBTQ legal community as well as the criminal justice system, and has partnered with the Minnesota State Bar Association to present a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) event. She provided leadership on a multi-year project to assist Dodge Fillmore Olmsted Victim Services improve their services to LGBTQ crime victims; they revised intake forms, policies, processes and outreach initiatives to in order to recognize and support LGBTQ victims of crime. She also serves on the Judicial Council’s statewide Committee for Equality & Justice. As an MLBA Senior Fellow, Lindsay will continue her work of promoting LGBTQ inclusion in southeastern Minnesota.
The Minnesota Lavender Bar Association (MLBA) is the largest professional association of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) attorneys and allies in Minnesota. The MLBA works to promote equality and justice in the legal profession and LGBTQ community in Minnesota.