Attorney Brian L. Weber began practicing of law in Dodge County on April 15, 1977. Mr. Weber was born in Austin, Minnesota, January 24, 1952, earning his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Minnesota in 1973, and Law Degree, cum laude, from Hamline University School of Law now known as Mitchell/Hamline School of Law in December of 1976. Mr. Weber engaged in the general practice of law in Dodge County his entire legal career with extensive experience in the areas of real estate and commercial transactions, municipal law, estate plan, commercial litigation, and agricultural law. He acted as City Attorney and City Prosecutor for the City of Dodge Center since 1979 in both civil and criminal matters. In addition, he volunteered his time as an attorney for Southern Minnesota Legal Services, Inc. offering legal services to indigent individuals on a pro bono basis and was a recipient of the Outstanding Volunteer for the years 1989, 1992, and 2002. Mr. Weber was also a former Administrative Law Judge for the State of Minnesota handling family law and child support matters.
Mr. Weber served as Chairman of the West Concord School Board 1984 to 1990 instrumental in the consolidation of that District with Dodge Center and Claremont to what is now known as Triton School District. Mr. Weber also served as Chairman of the Bar Association Committee on Professional Responsibility and Fee Arbitration which regulate the conduct and fees charged by local lawyers. Mr. Weber remains as counsel to numerous non-profit and community organizations such as the Dodge Center Foundation, Dodge Center Library Foundation, Kasson Friends of the Library, Triton Booster Clubs as well as the Kasson-Mantorville Booster Clubs.
Mr. Weber continues to serve Dodge County in the general practice of law with offices in Dodge Center and Kasson. On January 1, 2018, he became “of counsel” to the firm.