Personal Injury Lawyer
Sam Sinkin joined Hall Law, P.A. in February of 2018. Sam’s inclination to use the law to help people started long ago. Prior to joining the Hall Law, Sam worked tirelessly to guide clients through mediation, settlements, successful trials, and worked on appeals up to the State Supreme Court level. Sam is admitted to practice law in Minnesota and Texas.
Before College, Sam was nominated by the House Minority Leader to be a Congressional House Page. Sam was selected as one of 70 students from around the country to be a Page. He worked on the house floor and attended classes above the Library of Congress. Sam had the honor of being on the House Floor for the State of the Union.
Sam graduated from Occidental College Cum Laude, with a B.A. in Philosophy and Religious Studies. Sam was selected from his class to give the Baccalaureate speech for graduation. Following graduation, he was awarded a Values and Vocation grant from his school to study in Nepal for a year. Sam went on to spend several years studying language, meditation and philosophy in Nepal. This time shaped Sam as a person and solidified his core values of tirelessly working to help people wherever and however he finds them.
Sam attended law school at the University of Texas School of Law. During his time in Law School, Sam gained invaluable experience interning with personal injury attorney Dan Sciano, who is recognized as one of the top 50 lawyers in Texas and whose firm is named a Best Law Firm by the U.S. News. Sam fought for workers’ rights at the Equal Justice Center Clinic. While working there, he successfully appealed and overturned an unfavorable decision by the Texas Workforce Commission, a rare victory. He also competed with the Texas Mock Trial Team in Washington D.C. Sam graduated from Law School with Honors in 2012.
Sam moved to Minnesota with his wife Kerry, a native Minnesotan, his two snow-loving young children, and his yellow lab.