Nate Bjerke Receives President’s Award for Outstanding Service from Minnesota Chapter of ABOTA
We are proud to announce firm partner Nate Bjerke (pictured on the far right) received the President’s Award for Outstanding Service from the Minnesota Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) earlier this month.
The award is recognition for judges and lawyers who show a commitment to preserving the right to a jury trial in civil cases, a right granted in the U.S. Constitution.
Bjerke and two others won the award for forming a committee for civics education for school-aged children to educate them on how the government and judicial system work.
We are also proud to announce Bjerke was voted as an officer of the Minnesota Chapter of ABOTA. He is going to serve as Secretary in 2023 and currently serves on the Executive Committee. Bjerke should advance to President of the Minnesota Chapter of ABOTA by 2026.
ABOTA has strict guidelines for admission, including trying a minimum of 10 cases as lead counsel and receiving recommendations from judges and lawyers an attorney has faced at trial.
The general purpose of ABOTA is to promote improvement in the ethical and technical standards of practice so individual litigants receive effective legal representation.