Arnold, Rodman & Pletcher, PLLCAttorneys in Firm – 3
Scott M. Rodman is a shareholder with Arnold, Rodman & Pletcher, PLLC. Mr. Rodmanís practice focuses exclusively on family law, including but not limited to divorce, custody, child support, spousal maintenance, interstate and international divorce and child custody, Hague Convention and non-Hague parental child abduction, parental child abduction prevention, third-party custody and visitation, antenuptial (pre-nuptial) agreements, adoption and appeals. Originally from Buffalo, New York, Mr. Rodman received a bachelorís degree in political science from the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1999, and graduated with a Juris Doctorate cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2002. Prior to joining Arnold, Rodman & Pletcher, PLLC, Mr. Rodman practiced family law with Tuft & Arnold, PLLC. Mr. Rodman is also an adjunct professor at Metropolitan State University where he teaches Business Law to undergraduate students. Mr. Rodman is a Rule 114 Qualified Neutral for Facilitative Mediation by the Minnesota Supreme Court. In addition, he has received extensive training in both Financial Early Neutral Evaluation (FENE) and Social Early Neutral Evaluation (SENE). Mr. Rodman was appointed by Ramsey County judicial officers to serve as one of four attorneys on the Ramsey County Early Case Management/Early Neutral Evalution Steering Committee. Mr. Rodman was further appointed to serve on the SENE Best Practices Subcommittee and was selected as a SENE provider on the Ramsey County SENE roster of approved providers. Mr. Rodman has been named a Rising Star by Minnesota Law & Politics and Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine for every year since 2007, a distinction given to 2.5% of attorneys under the age of 40. After graduation from law school, Mr. Rodman served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Cara Lee Neville in Hennepin County, Minnesota. Admitted to practice law in both New York and Minnesota, he is a member of the New York State Bar Association and the Minnesota State Bar Association, and he co-founded an organization to promote positive collegiality and cooperation among family law attorneys in the Twin Cities. Mr. Rodman volunteers with the Safety Project at Chrysalis, a program devoted to providing pro bono representation for women and children who are victims of domestic abuse. Mr. Rodman also volunteers his time to the Chrysalis/Tubman Law Clinic and the Hennepin County Unbundled Legal Services Project.
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