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Carly Johnson


3300 Wells Fargo Center, 90 South Seventh Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402-4140

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Leadership & Community

  • Oak Park Heights City Council: Member 2019-present; liaison to Parks and Trails Commission
  • Minnesota League of Cities Improving Service Delivery Policy Committee: member
  • National League of Cities Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Federal Advocacy Committee: member
  • Washington County Historic Courthouse Advisory Committee: member


Carly Johnson is an associate in Maslon's Litigation Group assisting clients across a broad range of general commercial litigation matters, including construction, real estate, and product liability disputes.

Her practice is informed by her active civic engagement and service, which includes her election to the Oak Park Heights, Minnesota, City Council in 2018, where she currently serves as liaison to the Parks and Trails Commission and as a member of the League of Minnesota Cities’ Improving Service Delivery Policy Committee. Additionally, Carly serves on the National League of Cities' Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Federal Advocacy Committee. Serving in public office has broadened her knowledge of government and regulatory operations and helped hone her ability to address complex issues.

While earning her degree at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Carly gained valuable experience interning with the Honorable Francis J. Connolly of the Minnesota Court of Appeals. She also served as articles editor for the school's law review, mentored 1L students in civil dispute resolution and contract law courses as a Learning Community Leader, and worked as a research assistant at the Public Health Law Center in St. Paul, where she researched and compiled policies related to healthy food access and outdoor recreation and drafted legal resource documents on healthy eating and water access policies.


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