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Governor appoints Doll to bench in Eighth District

ST. PAUL (Staff Report) -- Gov. Mark Dayton appointed Amy J. Doll as district court judge in Minnesota's Eighth Judicial District, his office announced on Friday. Ms. Doll will replace the Honorable Gerald J. Siebel. She will be chambered at Elbo...

ST. PAUL (Staff Report) - Gov. Mark Dayton appointed  Amy J. Doll as district court judge in Minnesota’s Eighth Judicial District, his office announced on Friday. Ms. Doll will replace the Honorable Gerald J. Siebel.  She will be chambered at Elbow Lake in Grant County.
 Doll is an associate attorney at Fluegel, Anderson, McLaughlin & Brutlag, Chartered, where she handles a variety of legal matters including personal injury, wrongful death, employment, contract disputes, social security disability claims and appeals. Previously, she served as a member of the Morris Area Community Education Advisory Council and the Board of Education for the Morris Area Public Schools and St. Mary’s Catholic School. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota Morris and her law degree from the William Mitchell College of Law.
Doll is a volunteer judge for the Minnesota State Bar Association Mock Trial Program and serves on the University of Minnesota Morris Alumni Association Advisory Board. She is also a regular volunteer host on Pioneer Public Television in Appleton.
 “I am very pleased to appoint Amy Doll to serve as Judge in Minnesota’s Eighth Judicial District,” said Governor Mark Dayton. “Ms. Doll has proven her commitment to justice throughout her career, and has shown a true passion for public service in her support for education at all levels.”
Minnesota’s Eighth Judicial District consists of Big Stone, Chippewa, Grant, Kandiyohi, Lac Qui Parle, Meeker, Pope, Renville, Stevens, Swift, Traverse, Wilkin and Yellow Medicine Counties.

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