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Laura Temme, Esq.

Laura Temme, Esq.

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Senior Legal Writer, FindLaw for Legal Professionals

Laura Temme is a lawyer, writer, and host of FindLaw’s "Don’t Judge Me" podcast. She obtained her law degree from Mitchell Hamline School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota. She loves putting her decade of experience in writing online content to work making the law accessible to a broad audience at FindLaw. You can see Laura discuss the process of finding a lawyer (and how it doesn’t have to be scary) in her Balancing Act interview with Montel Williams.

Laura is licensed to practice law in Minnesota, and she has consulted with artists and arts organizations on contracts, copyright, and licensing issues. When she isn’t writing or thinking about the law, Laura is probably watching horror movies or having outdoor adventures with her canine best friend, Ted.

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