Brian J. Love
Brian is a graduate of the University of Minnesota (B.A. 1969) where he played baseball for the Gophers. Brian went on to earn his Master of Arts in Education from the University of St. Thomas (1974) and spent seven years as a coach and high school teacher. After graduating from William Mitchell College of Law cum laude (1982), Brian served as a judicial clerk for Justice George Scott of the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Brian is a co-author of the 1988 and 1990 Minnesota Liquor Liability Law and has been named a Minnesota Top Lawyer by Mpls/St. Paul Magazine and Minnesota Law and Politics since 1995. Brian currently focuses his practice on alternative dispute resolution and has served as a mediator and arbitrator in more than 1,000 cases.
Mediator / Arbitrator
Since January 2005, Brian has been working exclusively as an ADR neutral. He has successfully mediated more than 500 cases, primarily personal injury matters.
- Law Clerk for Justice George Scott, Minnesota Supreme Court (1982-83)
- Qualified ADR Neutral
- Successfully mediated more than 500 personal injury cases
- Successfully tried more than 50 jury trials, representing plaintiffs and defendants
- University of Minnesota (B.A., 1969)
- University of St. Thomas (M.A., 1974)
- William Mitchell College of Law (J.D. cum laude 1982)
- Minnesota State Bar (1982)
- United States District Court, District of Minnesota (1982)
- Wisconsin State Bar (1989)
- Minnesota State Bar Association
- Wisconsin State Bar Association
- Hennepin County Bar Association
- Minnesota Trial Lawyers Association
- Recognized as a Minnesota Super Lawyer, Minnesota Law & Politics and Mpls/St. Paul Magazine (1995 to present)
- Selected as a Top 40 Personal Injury Super Lawyer and Alternative Dispute Resolution Neutral, Minnesota Law & Politics and Mpls/St. Paul Magazine (1995 to present)
- Selected as a Leading American Attorney American Research Corporation (1998)