David Kempston is an author. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1992, Magna Cum Laude and Order of the Coif. He has spent over 26 years as a litigator. He has tried over 400 cases.
He has been voted a “Super Lawyer” every year since 2000. He was recently named the 2017 County Lawyer of the Year. He frequently lectures on Minnesota’s Worker’s Compensation statute and is a contributing author to Minnesota’s Worker’s Compensation Desk Book: Chapter 7. And he has written a book published through Amazon in 2017.
Listen in as Kelly Campbell and David Kempston chat about these points
- Why clients do not always recognize good lawyering
- Why law at its core is a people relationship
- What prompted David to write the book?
- What applications does the book have for other service industries?
- Why does David promote good customer service in the legal field?
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David Kempston graduated from the University of MN law school in 1992 (Magna Cum Laude and Order of the Coif), He has spent over 26 years as a litigator. David has tried over 400 cases.
He has been voted a Super Lawyer every year since 2000 and also was recently named the 2017 Anoka County lawyer of the year. He frequently lectures on the MN Worker’s Compensation Statute and is a co-contributing author to a chapter in the MN Worker’s Compensation Deskbook (chapter 7). And he has written a book, published through Amazon in 2017, entitled That’s Why They Call it Practicing Law.
When not lawyering, he likes to read, run and snowboard—and to spend time with his 4 kids and 2 grandkids.