Aaron White

Areas of Practice

Aaron White

Attorney

For as long as I can remember I have had a calling to be outdoors. There are baby pictures of me on my Dad’s charter fishing boat, I began going on hunting trips at the age of four, and every summer vacation of my childhood focused on spending time hiking through the north woods of Minnesota. These traditions had a meaningful impact in shaping the person I am today, and it is no wonder that I have dedicated my life to understanding our natural systems.

My background in ecological sciences has been a useful tool in my legal career. My practice is focused on using all that I have learned from my scientific and legal education to work with people to not only understand the importance of ecosystems, but to also understand their legal rights.

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Experience

Aaron graduated from the University of Minnesota with a BS in Wildlife Management. He then moved to South Texas and earned his MS in Biology from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Aaron rounded out his education at Mitchell Hamline School of Law in St. Paul, where he earned his JD. While in law school he interned for the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, the Office of Administrative Hearings, and a solo practitioner law firm in Bloomington.

While at Mitchell Hamline, Aaron made the Dean’s list. In addition, he was an Executive Editor on the Mitchell Hamline Law Review, where he compiled an issue of articles focused on environmental and energy law.

Bar Admissions:
  • Minnesota
  • Iowa

Community

Aaron is a Member of the following:

  • Environmental, Natural Resources and Energy Law Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association
  • Warren E. Berger Inn of Court

In law school he was involved with:

  • Mitchell Hamline Law Review | Print Executive Editor
  • Environmental Law Moot Court
  • Mitchell Hamline Environmental Law Society

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