Reginald W. Snell, Jr. has joined Larson • King as a Law Clerk. Reggie received his J.D. in May 2020 from Mitchell Hamline School of Law. At Mitchell Hamline, Reggie led the Black Law Student Association as its President and he was selected to the 2019-2020 Mitchell Hamline ABA Negotiation Competition Team. Reggie also served as a summer Law Clerk for Assistant Chief Judge Toddrick Barnette (now Chief Judge) of the Fourth Judicial District Court in Minneapolis.
During law school, Reggie participated in the Larson • King Law Student Diversity Mentorship Program, working with Larson • King lawyers to make the transition from law school to a successful career as a trial lawyer. “As a law student, the mentorship program created by Larson • King helped me develop strong relationships with some of the attorneys at the firm, as well as gain insight to the workings and caseloads of a top law firm,” recalls Reggie.
Prior to attending law school, Reggie received his Bachelor of Science degree cum laude in Business Management from the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
In his free time, Reggie enjoys taking trips to Alabama to spend time with his family. He is a skilled bowler, follows basketball, and plays the piano. Reggie is also a frequent contributing author to newspapers and legal publications. His most recent piece appeared in the August-September issue of Hennepin Lawyer.
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