Jacob B Fischer

Jake Fischer leads Swier Law Firm’s Agricultural Law Practice Group and focuses his practice on agricultural issues, including crop insurance disputes, employment law disputes, agricultural litigation, entity selection and general corporate matters, environmental concerns and disputes, governmental regulation, purchase and sale of agricultural property, and taxation issues. Jake is also the author of the popular book Agricultural Law in South Dakota and serves on the South Dakota Bar Association’s Agricultural Law Committee.
Jake graduated cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School, where he served on the Environmental Law moot court and devoted over 100 hours of service to the Minnesota Justice Foundation. Prior to joining Swier Law Firm, Jake worked as a judicial clerk in Minnesota’s Fourth Judicial District, serving Hennepin County. Upon completion of his service as a judicial clerk, Jake moved into a position with The Minnesota Project, where he worked with Minnesota farmers on renewable energy and energy efficiency issues.
Jake grew up on a farm outside of Parkston, South Dakota and is excited to be back in South Dakota after living in the Twin Cities for almost 10 years. Jake and his wife Robin have one daughter, Rosalie. His hobbies include music, the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers, and helping on the family farm.

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Cash, Check, Credit card

Contact info
Swier Law Firm

240 East Main Street
PO Box 72
Corsica, SD, 57328

Office (605) 946-5096

SD Authorized to practice law 2013 10/01/2013
MN Authorized to practice 2009 07/15/2016

Work experience
Associate Swier Law Firm 2013 – Present

University of Minnesota Law School Law JD – Juris Doctor 2009

Speaking engagements
Estate and Farm Transition Planning Estate and Farm Transition Planning 2015
Swier Law Firm – Estate Planning Seminar Estate Planning Basics in South Dakota 2014
Swier Law Firm – Estate Planning for Farmers and Ranchers Estate Planning for Farmers and Ranchers 2014

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