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Melissa Muro LaMere Discusses Workplace Diversity and Inclusion on St. Paul & Minnesota Foundation Podcast

November 29, 2021

Melissa Muro LaMere, a partner in Maslon's Litigation and Labor & Employment groups, is featured Nov. 29, 2021, on a podcast of the St. Paul & Minnesota Foundation. Melissa joins "I So Appreciate You!" podcast hosts Nadege Souvenir and Pahoua Yang Hoffman for a talk about workplace DEI and how work culture has been impacted by COVID.

For more information or to listen, go to "I So Appreciate You!" podcast, Episode 3: Reimagining the Workplace.

Melissa is an employment and business litigation partner at Maslon LLP in Minneapolis. She enjoys working with clients to protect and grow their business in a competitive marketplace, providing employment counseling and litigation support across a wide variety of disputes. Melissa also maintains a robust DEI practice, advising clients and giving presentations on the advancement of DEI efforts in the workplace and in the legal profession. She serves on the board of the Minnesota Infinity Project, an organization focused on gender disparity on the bench throughout the Eighth Circuit, and she previously served on the board of the Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association, for which she also served as the co-chair of the Judicial Endorsements Committee. In 2019, Melissa was appointed by Governor Walz and Lieutenant Governor Flanagan to the Commission on Judicial Selection.


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