Carrie Loch

Law Office of Carrie Loch
4048 Lakeland Ave N, #22713
Robbinsdale, MN 55422
(952) 491-0627
www.carrieloch.com/


Carrie grew up in Mound, Minnesota and remains connected to the community. Carrie values relationships and getting to know every individual as a unique person. Carrie is guided by a fundamental drive for justice, and she is dedicated to achieving the best outcome possible for each of her clients.

Carrie attended Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, where she earned her bachelor’s degree magna cum laude in political science and print journalism. She also formally studied music and was heavily involved in the music program, including national and international tours with The Concordia Choir as well as performance in Vocal Jazz and the Emmy Award-winning Concordia Christmas Concerts. While in The Concordia Choir, Carrie recorded with the Grammy Award-winning British ensemble The King’s Singers. Carrie’s involvement in non-music activities included writing for and serving as the managing copy editor of The Concordian (weekly newspaper) and The Afterwork (annual art/literary journal). Carrie also had a summer opportunity to work as an intern at a non-profit organization near Washington, D.C.; she worked to educate lawmakers and to connect vulnerable young mothers to resources, particularly pregnant and parenting college students.

Carrie attended the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she earned her Juris Doctorate cum laude. During law school, Carrie was involved in many personally and professionally enriching activities, including working in the chambers of the Hon. John Tunheim in the United States District Court of Minnesota, participating in the McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition, editing the University of St. Thomas Law Journal, working in immigration and intellectual property legal clinics, and singing in the law school’s St. Thomas More Chapel Choir.

Carrie’s professional contributions to the community include:

Minnesota Association for Justice, Co-President of Women for Justice (2017-2019)

Publication, Minnesota Trial (Fall 2018): “The Helmet Defense: Brief It”

LegalCORPS, Intellectual Property Clinic Assistant (2013-2015)

National Publication, The American Feminist (2011): “Supporting Victims of Sexual Assault on Campus”

National Publication, The American Feminist (2011): “Having Her Day in Court: The Complexities of Prosecuting Rape” (co-authored)

When she isn’t working, Carrie enjoys spending time with her two children and local family, making music with friends from church, and cuddling with her cats.