Linda Thompson has been practicing law for over 19 years, focusing the past 11 years on consumer debtor chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcies. Thompson’s legal experience includes GDO Law (commercial transactions, litigation), Morris Law Group (bankruptcy), Anderson & Associates (bankruptcy), Kennedy & Graven (municipal), and Kelley and Fawcett (municipal).
Thompson taught for 10 years at Mitchell Hamline Law School as a legal writing Adjunct Professor. She joined the University of Minnesota Law School as a legal writing Adjunct Professor in Fall 2020.
Before earning her law degree, Thompson worked as a legal assistant at Community Law Center (family law), Catholic Charities (family law), Butler and Associates (family law), and Kauffman Law Firm (personal injury).
Born and raised in southeastern Minnesota, Thompson earned her bachelor of arts degree from the University of St. Thomas, and her law degree from the University of Minnesota. She lives with her family in Washington County, volunteers for various community organizations and at her church, and enjoys downhill skiing, boating, and traveling.