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Duncan McIntyre
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Duncan is a Twin Cities native, growing up only a few minutes from downtown Minneapolis. He is a 2015 graduate of St. Louis Park High School, where he played varsity Football and Lacrosse. After high school Duncan started college at North Dakota State University, eventually moving to the University of Minnesota – Duluth where he graduated in May of 2019 with a degree in Economics, summa cum laude. From the fall of 2019 to the present Duncan has been a student at the University of Minnesota Law School, studying with a concentration in civil litigation.

From his time starting with Schwebel, Goetz, and Sieben in 2017, Duncan has spent his summers at the firm, continuing to work part time during the school year. After completing his undergraduate degree, he transitioned from an Office Assistant to a Law Clerk, expanding his role within the firm. Through his time at Schwebel, Goetz, and Sieben, Duncan has learned numerous skills, enabling him to help whichever team might call on him for assistance. In the office, Duncan takes on a wide range of tasks such as legal research, client communication, record review, trial preparation, and trial assistance. Additionally, Duncan investigates new claims, working to ensure new and prospective clients feel supported, and confident in the team representing them.

For Duncan, helping injured people makes every day valuable. By working with each and every attorney at the firm, Duncan has seen first hand how a great attorney can provide comfort to somebody going through the worst time in their life. Everyday, Duncan enables the incredible attorneys of Schwebel, Goetz, and Sieben to create positive outcomes for their clients, and learns the skills needed to someday do the same.

Outside of the office Duncan enjoys camping, golfing, cheering on the Green Bay Packers, learning about new technology, and brewing a mean pot of coffee.