William Mitchell College of Law’s Board of Trustees elected three new members, bringing the total number of trustees to 30. Each was elected to serve a three-year term, beginning July 1, 2014.
The new trustees, all alumni of Mitchell:
Christine Chalstrom ’91 is president and CEO of Shepherd Data Services, a technology company she founded in 2002 that offers professional services, expertise, and trial support to the litigation community. Chalstrom is an attorney, programmer, certified trainer, and certified forensic investigator. Previously, she operated her own law firm Chalstrom & Associates. She also serves on the advisory board of Mitchell’s Center for Law and Business.
Sara Grewing ’03 is city attorney for the Saint Paul City Attorney’s Office, the second-largest municipal law office in the State of Minnesota. Previously, she served as chief of staff for Mayor Chris Coleman and as state director for Sen. Amy Klobuchar. Grewing has also worked as an assistant attorney for Hennepin County, as an attorney at Flaherty and Hood, and as adjunct professor at William Mitchell College of Law.
Mark Hallberg ’79, a partner at Hallberg & McClain, is a trial lawyer focusing on medical malpractice, personal injury, automobile and vehicular negligence, and product liability litigation. Before founding the law firm in 2004, Hallberg was an attorney at Mackenzie & Hallberg, a law firm he co-founded. He has also served Mitchell as a member of its Alumni Board.