Mary Heath represents clients and funds in a variety of transactions, including acquisitions and sales, leasing, and large-scale commercial projects and ventures. Mary also provides day-to-day counseling and related advisory services to her clients, in the areas of insurance coverage, real estate, construction, transaction structuring, licensing, and general commercial contract drafting.
While counseling clients, Mary draws on her prior experience as a litigation attorney (with a focus on construction, real estate, and insurance coverage matters), and is able to provide insight into managing legal risk while still achieving business goals. Mary provides practical solutions so clients can focus on achieving their financial and strategic goals without legal headaches.
Mary is passionate about cultivating the next generation of leaders. She volunteers as an advisor in the Court of Appeals program for YMCA Youth in Government, as well as a Mock Trial Coach in the Maslon UPLIFT program.
Mary held numerous leadership roles during law school, including two years as a legal research and writing instructor as well as managing and research editor of the Minnesota Law Review. She was the recipient of the "Mondale Hall Engagement Award" at commencement, where she delivered the J.D. Class Graduation Address. Additionally, Mary completed the Law School Public Service Program, the Minnesota Justice Foundation's pro bono challenge to provide at least 50 hours of pro bono legal work during law school.