Lee Grossman is an associate attorney at Severson, Wogsland & Liebl, P.C. Lee’s primary areas of practice are commercial litigation, construction litigation, employment law, landlord/tenant disputes, and water law.

 

Prior to joining SW&L, Lee practiced in Valley City, ND for ten years. He was a prosecutor for eight years, including four years as Barnes County State’s Attorney. He spent two years as a general private practice attorney. Lee has extensive courtroom experience in all stages of trial. In addition, he has appeared and argued many times before the North Dakota Supreme Court.

 

Lee Grossman’s Reviews

 

Educational Background

Lee attended Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, earning Bachelor of Arts degrees in History and Political Science. After graduating from Concordia, Lee attended the University of North Dakota School of Law. While in law school he concentrated on trial advocacy courses and wrote an article for the North Dakota Law Review.

 

Honors and Recognitions

Lee is currently a member of the North Dakota Judicial Conference. He is a past member of the Board of Governors of the State Bar Association of North Dakota, past president, vice president, and secretary/treasurer of the Southeast Judicial District Bar Association, and a past board member of the Abused Persons Outreach Center in Valley City.

 

Lee was an adjunct professor at Valley City State University for three years where he taught criminal justice. He was given the Adjunct Special Appointments Faculty Excellence Award in 2016.

 

Personal Background

Lee grew up in Velva, ND. He had several jobs in high school and college, including working for his father’s tree removal service, working for his grandfather’s construction company, working for a moving company, and landscaping. He was a three-year letterwinner in football at Concordia College.

 

Lee lives in Fargo with his wife Megan and two children.

 

Admissions

North Dakota, 2005

District of North Dakota, 2007

Minnesota, 2016

 

Publications

“Oil and Gas Law — When It Comes to Restrictive Employment Covenants, Whose Idea of ‘Reasonable’ is Correct, the Oil Company’s or the Landman’s?” 81 N.D. L. Rev. 555