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Kimberly Lowe Joins JUX Law Firm
Attorney Kimberly Lowe announced she is joining JUX Law Firm. Lowe, a locally and nationally recognized transactional lawyer specializes in advising entrepreneurs and businesses in the for-profit, nonprofit and social enterprise sectors. With 18 years of sophisticated transactional legal practice with several of the Twin Cities’ most recognized law firms as well as extensive leadership and business experience, Lowe brings to her clients sophisticated options for all aspects of the business life cycle from formation to operation to exit.
Lowe has spent the last 13 years of her practice at Fredrikson & Byron where she was a shareholder. Before joining Fredrikson, Lowe was an association at Oppenheimer Wolff and Donnelly (now Fox Rothchild) and before that Doherty Rumble & Butler. The move will not affect Lowe’s role as president of the Hennepin County Bar Association or her other leadership positions with the American Bar Association or her recent appointment as a Uniform Law Commissioner for the State of Minnesota.
According to Lowe, “I have been re-tooling my practice very intentionally over the past several years. This adjustment started with leading the committee that drafted the Minnesota Public Benefit Corporation Act and has continued on to my leadership of the Hennepin County Bar Association and my other American Bar Association leadership positions.”
“JUX is disrupting the legal profession,” said Lowe, “with a clear mission and purpose that aligns with who I am.”
According to Aaron Hall, JUX’s CEO, “JUX differs from the traditional legal delivery service model in two key ways. First, JUX is cutting-edge in its focus on happiness and satisfaction of those working in the legal profession. Second, JUX is changing how clients interact with attorneys. JUX shifts power to clients in all aspects of the client relationship to achieve clients’ short and long term goals.”
Regarding Lowe’s transition to JUX, Hall stated, “Kim Lowe is one of the most dynamic, smart, exceptional business attorneys in Minnesota. We are excited about what this means for entrepreneurial business leaders as we team up with Kim to do more for them.”