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Family Law Attorney R. Leigh Frost Recognized as a 2023 Top Women in Law by Minnesota Lawyer

Sep 7, 2023

Today DeWitt LLP announced Family Law Attorney R. Leigh Frost is recognized as one of Minnesota Lawyer’s inaugural Top Women in Law, which celebrates the outstanding achievements of women in the legal community in Minnesota.

The award recognizes women who have become leaders in their practice areas and are instrumental to their companies’ success. The honorees were selected based on the core principles of leadership, professionalism, accomplishment and passion for making a difference.

About Frost:

Frost advises clients throughout the Twin Cities and surrounding areas on matters including divorce, child support, custody and visitation and spousal maintenance issues. She earned a J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law and a B.A. from the University of Minnesota.

Her affiliations include being a volunteer with the Tubman Safety Project, a presenter and author for the Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, including the Annual Family Law Institute, a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association, Hennepin County Bar Association, Amdahl Inns of Court, and the Woman’s Club of Minneapolis.

Frost was recognized by the Tubman Safety Project as a Family Law Attorney of the Year, by Super Lawyers®, and by the Minnesota State Bar Association as a North Star Lawyer since 2012. Additionally, Chief Justice Gildea recognized Frost for her pro bono contributions.

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