Robins Kaplan LLP is pleased to announce that Holly Dolejsi has been selected to receive Minnesota Lawyer’s 2020 Diversity & Inclusion Award. This award recognizes institutions and individuals who have “gone above and beyond in their efforts” to create a more diverse and inclusive legal community.
Since joining Robins Kaplan, Dolejsi has been heavily involved in some of the most notable cases handled by firm’s Mass Tort group. Most often, she represents individuals harmed by medical devices or pharmaceuticals. She is also handling cases on behalf of dozens of Native American tribes for damages caused by the opioid epidemic, as well as the State of Minnesota in its case against JUUL for damages caused by the youth vaping epidemic in Minnesota.
In addition to her legal practice, Dolejsi has been a longtime advocate for the advancement and support of women attorneys, consistently going above and beyond to promote the interests of Minnesota’s women attorney bar. She as a co-founder of the Women Trial Lawyers Conference, a three-day event that fosters referral relationships, provides networking opportunities, and offers educational programming for women attorneys. Holly also serves as the chair of the firm’s Women of Robins Kaplan (WoRK) committee, an organization dedicated to the advancement and retention of women attorneys within Robins Kaplan.
Dolejsi will be honored at a virtual award ceremony on November 5. To see the full list of 2020 Diversity & Inclusion Honorees, click here.