Margaretha Spezzano

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Maggie is a litigation associate lawyer with a practice focused primarily in the area of civil litigation.

Margaretha Spezzano

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Maggie is a litigation associate lawyer with a practice focused primarily in the area of civil litigation. She has experience in a broad range of practice areas including negligence, insurance law, personal injury, contractual disputes, builders’ liens, and collection claims.

Maggie began her legal career in 2018 practicing civil litigation in North Dakota and Minnesota with a focus on insurance defence prior to joining TDS.

While in North Dakota, Maggie served as the Vice President of the Grand Forks County Bar Association. During law school, Maggie worked as a law student on criminal law matters assisting with the Indigent Defence Project, which included a matter before the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeal. Maggie’s passion for the court room began in law school where she was awarded a scholarship for excellency in trial advocacy. She continued her involvement with the law school after graduation, coaching first year law students for a national trial competition in Washington D.C.

Maggie also spent a summer during law school with the University of Manitoba Community Law Centre representing clients charged with criminal offences, appearing in Manitoba’s Provincial Court.

Since returning to Manitoba, Maggie has appeared in the Manitoba Court of King’s Bench, Small Claims Court, and the Residential Tenancies Branch. 

 


Additional Information

Certificate of Qualification, 2022, Federation of Law Societies of Canada.

Juris Doctor (Cum Laude), 2018, University of North Dakota School of Law.

Bachelor of Arts, 2015, University of Manitoba.

Manitoba 2022

North Dakota, 2018

Minnesota, 2019

Vice-President, 2019-2020, Grand Forks County Bar Association.

Trial Advocacy Scholarship, 2018, University of North Dakota School of Law.

North Dakota Law Review, 2016-2017, Associate Editor.

Second Highest Class Grade, 2017, Judicial Writing, University of North Dakota School of Law.

Highest Class Grade, 2016, Lawyering Skills II, University of North Dakota School of Law.

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