Jennifer L. Hanson

Ms. Hanson's practice focuses on public finance and economic development, particularly in the areas of governmental, health care, housing, education and other nonprofit financing. She has experience advising municipalities, local and state-level economic development authorities and underwriters on tax, securities and municipal law. She has practiced at Dorsey & Whitney LLP since 2002.

Good to know

Areas of Practice 1) Public Finance, 2) Non-Profit and Tax Exempt Organizations and 3) Energy
Law School The University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 2002)
Admitted Year 1995
Education Harvard University (A.B.,1997)
Bar Member / Association Minnesota State Bar Association
Most recent firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP
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