Cornell Leverette Moore

Of Counsel in the Minneapolis office, Co-Chair of Firm-Wide Diversity Steering Committee, and Member of the Firm's Minneapolis Recruiting Committee. Represents major energy and natural resource companies. Involved in counseling and advising numerous governmental, private and public company executives as it relates to their strategic plans, ongoing and divested operations.

Noted advisor in the fields of municipal operations, higher education, public affairs, community service and finance

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Areas of Practice 1) Closely Held Businesses, 2) Mergers and Acquisitions, 3) Regulatory Affairs, 4) Energy Regulation, 5) Legislative, 6) Non-Profit and Tax Exempt Organizations, 7) Construction Litigation, 8) Latin America and 9) Public-Private Project Development
Law School Howard University School of Law (J.D., 1964)
Education Virginia Union University (A.B.,1961)
Bar Member / Association Minnesota State Bar Association
Most recent firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP
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