Law clerk Zoe I. Graham assists firm attorneys and paralegals with a wide range of case activities, including legal research and writing documents and pleadings for large, complex litigation cases, discoveries and trials.
Zoe came to Stellpflug Law PLLC with nearly ten years of real-life team building, problem solving and managerial experience, including the creation of a new business and operational strategy for a major resort property. Her action-oriented work ethic and collaborative approach have proven to benefit colleagues, clients and business partners alike.
Zoe attends Mitchell Hamline School of Law, where she expects to earn her Juris Doctor in May 2022. Active in the student community, she serves as a writing associate for the Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy & Practice, as Vice President of the Minnesota Justice Foundation, which connects volunteer law students with opportunities to assist attorneys in meeting the legal needs of low-income communities, and as the Family Director of the Mitchell Hamline School of Law Self-Help Clinic, where she leads clinic operations, including supervising student and attorney volunteers and managing client expectations.
She also volunteers for the Home Line Tenant Advocacy program, researching tenant rights issues and assisting tenants in rental disputes. Throughout these experiences, Zoe has consistently demonstrated her ability to analyze new situations and find practical approaches to each case.
In her youth, Zoe demonstrated grit and resilience through her experiences playing on Brainerd Amateur Hockey Association (BAHA), boys’ teams, and on her high school girls’ varsity team, where she was named captain, MVP, and all-conference during her senior year. Her personal interests include basic coding, computer building, gaming, the performing arts, ethnography, tennis, and hockey.