Jodi Langhorst See
Jodi See is the principal attorney at the Law Office & Dispute Resolution Services, PLLC. A Prior Lake attorney, her practice focuses on the areas of family law and divorce cases, estate planning, probate cases and will preparation, personal injury cases and alternative dispute resolution. Jodi See is a qualified neutral for mediations, and is also a parenting time expeditor and custody evaluator and Financial Early Neutral Evaluation (FENE) and Social Early Neutral Evaluation (SENE).
Jodi See worked for ten years as a paralegal in medical malpractice, personal injury (plaintiff and defense) and litigation before attending William Mitchell Law School, where she received her Juris Doctorate degree, graduating with honors. She was admitted to the Minnesota State Bar Association in 1997, the State Bar of Wisconsin in 1998, and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit in 2005.
Prior to founding Jodi Langhorst See Law Office & Dispute Resolution Services, PLLC in 1999, Jodi See was employed by Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services; Farrish, Johnson & Maschka in Mankato, MN; Sieben, Gross, and VonHoltum in Minneapolis, MN; and the Office of Administrative Hearings in Minneapolis, MN. She is a Warren E. Burger Scholarship Award winner and MN Association of Legal Assistants Award recipient.
Giving back to the community
An active member of the community, Jodi See is a Board Member for the Truman and Reta Wood Scholarship at Minnesota State University in Mankato, MN. She has been involved with the Prior Lake Chamber of Commerce and Prior Lake Rotary Club. She has also been a volunteer and past coordinator for the Prior Lake Chapter of Operation Minnesota Nice, an organization which sends packages to soldiers serving overseas. She has been a foster parent for many years doing foster care, crisis nursery and respite care for families in Scott County. She is on the Board of Directors for Southern Valley Alliance for Battered Women, is in the Citizens Advisory Committee for Spring Lake Prior Lake Watershed District and has been a volunteer for many pro-bono clinics for indigent clients in Scott County.