Roger C. Malm
Roger C. Malm is a 1974 graduate of the University of North Dakota School of Law in Grand Forks, North Dakota. After his graduation Roger practiced law in Phoenix, Arizona, for six years concentrating in the health care law area. In 1980 Roger moved back to the Red River Valley and joined the Brink, Sobolik Law Firm.
During Roger’s first fifteen years with the Brink, Sobolik Law Firm, he served a multitude of individual and business clients and handled civil litigation, including appeals from state and federal trial courts. His work for clients in estate planning and his handling of trust and probate matters increased during these first fifteen years.
In addition to his full-time private practice, since 1994 Roger has served as part-time Kittson County Attorney. He was reelected five times and ends his last term in 2018.
Roger has served andon several boards for non-profit organizations. He has also served as a member of the Board of Governors for the Minnesota State Bar Association, served as a member of the Judicial Selection Committee through an appointment to that position by the Minnesota Supreme Court and has served on other local and regional panels and groups in connection with his work as an attorney practicing law in northern Minnesota.
Roger Malm attended high school in Fargo, North Dakota. He has an undergraduate degree from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, which he received in 1971. Roger received his law degree in 1974.
Areas of Practice
Probate, estate, trust administration and planning, business and real property law, criminal prosecution, corporate law and guardianships/ conservatorships.
- Admitted to practice law in the states of Minnesota, North Dakota and Arizona.
- Admitted to practice in United States Court of Appeals for Eighth and Ninth Circuits.
- Admitted to practice in United States Claims Court.
- Admitted to practice in United States Tax Court.
- Admitted to practice in Supreme Court of the United States of America.
- Appeared as an attorney in US District Court for the Districts of Minnesota, North Dakota, and Arizona.
University of North Dakota School of Law 1974;St. Olaf College 1971.
Minnesota State Bar Association; North Dakota State Bar Association; State Bar of Arizona; American Bar Association; Minnesota Defense Lawyers; Minnesota County Attorneys Association; Minnesota State Bar Association, Board of Governors 1993-1999.
Has been named in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Law, Who’s Who in Business and Finance, Who’s Who in the World (Marquis Publication).