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1. "Going for the JAGular in Washington, D.C.: In a Foreign Setting, Four Years Removed, Two U of M Law School Graduates-Cum-Navy JAG Lawyers Find Themselves Courtroom Adversaries [Lien; Snyder]"
Subject(s): MILITARY LAW & PERSONALITIES
Author(s): Zurowski, Cory
87 MINNESOTA LAW & POLITICS 6 (No. 138, February/March 2003)
2. "Delivery Babies (No Hospital Required): Steve Snyder does everything he can to help families have children [Briefs]"
Subject(s): REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY & FAMILY LAW--Parent & Child
Author(s): Koerth-Baker, Maggie
MINNESOTA LAW & POLITICS 10 (No. 171, August/September 2008)
3. "Michael Snyder: Meshbesher & Spence. [2013 Attorneys of the Year]"
Subject(s): LAWYERS & PERSONALITIES
Author(s): Heilman, Dan
18 MINNESOTA LAWYER S-55 (No. 8, February 24, 2014)
4. "Local Lawyer had Developed a Fertile Niche Area: Steven Snyder guides his clients through the murky waters of assisted reproductive technologies."
Subject(s): REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY
Author(s): Lore, Michelle
14 MINNESOTA LAWYER 3 (No. 3, January 18, 2010)
5. "Workplace Warriors: Engelmeier; Snyder"
Subject(s): EMPLOYMENT--Termination of & PERSONALITIES
Author(s): Neidorf, Robin
MINNESOTA'S JOURNAL OF LAW & POLITICS 37 (No. 78, November 1996)
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