Daniel T. Carlisle

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Assistant: Beth Hermann
Wanda Lohmiller

Practice Groups
 ●  Estate Planning
 ●  Corporate Law
 ●  Municipal Law
 ●  Utility Law

 

What Dan’s Clients Say

  • "Dan speaks in a manner that “normal” people can understand – to the point and precise; an overall great explanation of legal terms and practices.  After speaking with Dan, his clients no longer have fear, confusion or doubt.  He helps give relief to his clients by taking care of their important issues."


Dan Carlisle works as a partner at Pemberton
Law’s Wadena office and focuses his law
practice in estate planning, corporate law,
rural electric cooperatives and municipal. 
Dan is a recipient of the 2001 “Rising Stars of
Minnesota Law” award issued by Law &
Politics
magazine, a notable honor for
attorneys.  He has experience lecturing at
national and state-wide legal seminars, and
has argued successful cases in the Minnesota
Court of Appeals and the North Dakota
Supreme Court. 

Dan grew up in Battle Lake, Minnesota and
received his undergraduate degree in Public
Administration from the University of North
Dakota and his Juris Doctorate from the
University of North Dakota School of Law. 

He is a member of the Minnesota and
North Dakota State Bar Associations,
Seventh Judicial District Bar Association,
Counsel of School Attorneys, Electric
Cooperative Bar Association, past
member of the Seventh District Ethics Committee, 2003 and 2012 President of the Seventh Judicial District Bar Association, and a member of the Governing Council of the Minnesota State Bar Associations Civil Litigation Section.

In the community, Dan is a board member of the Ottertail Chapter of Ducks Unlimited, Wadena Lions Club, a board member of the Wadena Area College Foundation and President of the Ottertail Lakes Property Owners Association.  His passions include spending time with his family, hunting waterfowl, pursing upland game with his English Setter and relaxing at his family cottage on Ottertail Lake.