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Jade Chounlamountry, Esq.

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Jade Chounlamountry, Esq., Contributing Author

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Jade is an attorney licensed in both Minnesota and Nevada, with a J.D. and Business Law Certificate from Mitchell Hamline School of Law. Jade has worked with small businesses on choosing legal structures, creating operating documents, and reviewing contracts. She has also served as in-house counsel for multiple corporations and served as an adjunct professor for Mitchell Hamline School of Law's Introduction to Business Organizations course. 

Jade's dedication to business law and previous work experience fostered her drive to make the law accessible for everyone. She has a passion for educating and supporting people through various legal processes. 

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