Agnes Gaertner is an associate attorney in Lamson Dugan & Murray’s litigation department.
Ms. Gaertner graduated with a J.D. degree from the University of Iowa College of Law. She also holds a law degree from the University of Warsaw College of Law and two LL.M. degrees from the University of Cambridge and China University of Political Science and Law.
While at Iowa, Ms. Gaertner volunteered with the Iowa Legal Aid and practiced in the immigration law clinic. She was also a student writer on the Iowa Law Review and a law school ambassador. She presided over the law school International Law Student Association and was a member of the Diversity Committee. She received a Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence for the highest score in commercial arbitration.
Ms. Gaertner also served on the Cambridge International Law Journal and represented law students at both Cambridge and Warsaw Universities.
After law school, Ms. Gaertner clerked on the Alaska Superior Court in Fairbanks, assisting two judges.
In her free time, she enjoys sports and outdoors, as well as traveling and studying languages.