Devin Driscoll is an attorney with the firm Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. His practice is a mix of business litigation, energy and environmental regulatory matters, eminent domain and other property matters, and appellate work. A graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School, Devin served as editor-in-chief of Minnesota Law Review. Devin was also president of both the Asylum Law Project, a student-led immigration service project, and the student chapter of the Federal Bar Association, and a two-year veteran of TORT. He served as a judicial law clerk for Justice David L. Lillehaug of the Minnesota Supreme Court and Chief Judge John R. Tunheim of the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota.
Devin has also worked on behalf of progressive candidates and issues for more than a decade. Most recently, he served as a regional voter protection director with the Biden–Harris campaign. A veteran of both Obama presidential campaigns, Devin served as Rhode Island state director in 2012.
He serves on the board of the Minnesota Supreme Court Historical Society and the University of Minnesota Friends of the Libraries. Devin lives in Minneapolis with his wife, Katie, and their children, Jack and Beatrice.