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Elizabeth (Liz) Roetker centers her practice on all aspects of clients’ business needs and transactions, with particular experience in entity selection and formation, corporate governance, and acquisitions and sales. In her work, Liz makes complex legal concepts understandable and advises clients how to most efficiently achieve their goals. Liz emphasizes attention to detail, timely assistance, and dedication to clients. She uses her critical eye to provide exceptional service and counsel to closely held businesses, nonprofits and charitable organizations, financial institutions, and other organizations.


Practice Areas

  • Business Law and Transactions
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Real Estate Law

Bar Admissions

  • Minnesota


JD, William Mitchell College of Law, magna cum laude, 2014

  • Law & Business Certificate
  • Board Member and Editor for the William Mitchell Law Review
  • CALI Awards for Excellence:
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Deals and Dispute Resolution—Transactional Law
  • Dean’s List (2012–2014)
  • Recipient, Kristine L. Gabel & Gregory S. Nelson Corporate Law Scholarship for Women

BA, St. Olaf College, Economics (Finance Emphasis) and Political Science, 2010

  • Dean’s List (2009–2010)
  • Women’s Varsity Soccer Team (2006–2010)
  • Ole Award (2009)

 Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Minnesota State Bar Association, Member
  • Association for Corporate Growth, Member


  • 2017 Case Law Update (panelist), Real Estate Institute, Minnesota CLE (Nov. 2017)
  • Capital Raising and Financing Options (co-presenter), Minnesota CLE (Aug. 2017)
  • Using Electronic Communication to Negotiate Business Agreements: Tips and Pitfalls for the Weary (co-presenter), Minnesota Bar Association (Dec. 2016)
  • The Cycling Museum of Minnesota, Board Member and Secretary (Aug. 2017–Present)
  • Adjunct Professor, Introduction to Business Organizations, Mitchell Hamline College of Law (Aug. 2017–Dec. 2017)
  • Adjunct Professor, First-Year Legal Writing, Mitchell Hamline College of Law (Aug. 2015–May 2016)


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