Taproot Law

Taproot Law

Human-Centered Legal Advocates

With our roots in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

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Introducing Kaysa Gollakner, Product Design and Communications Manager Intern

We continue to grow at Taproot and we’re really excited about designing and implementing affordable and accessible legal services to Yoopers! One of the ways we’re doing that is building partnerships throughout the state of Michigan and hiring brilliant folks who move our values forward. 

 

We’re happy to announce that Taproot Law, in partnership with Northern Michigan University’s Art and Design faculty, is building an internship program. We’re honored to have Kaysa Gollakner on board, who will serve as a Product Design and Communications intern at Taproot. 

 

A little from Kaysa:

Hello Yoopers! I am currently a senior at Northern Michigan University with a BA in Graphic Design from Marquette, Michigan. For the past year and a half, I have been working as a Graphic Design student in the Marketing and Communications Office at Northern Michigan University. I loved my peers and working there but I needed something fast-paced. When the opportunity arose to join Taproot’s Team as a Product Design and Communications intern, I had to jump for it, away from comfort and into something new, exciting, and eye-opening. The fast-paced work environment is new but with the help of Taproot’s Team, I have been welcomed with open arms.

 

In the short term, I want to work on making Taproot’s branding more consistent and familiar to the UP community.  In the long term, I want to promote Taproot Law across the Upper Peninsula until everyone knows, this is the place to come with all legal questions, no matter how big or small. I’m excited for the opportunity!

 

Taproot is celebrating innovation

We’re so happy to have Kaysa on board! We know she is going to be a huge help in innovating our products and services. And, speaking of innovating, next week, to celebrate Innovation Week in Marquette, we’re talking innovation with Justin Carlson in Negaunee, founder of CIRSMap, which builds community and technology to solve complex chronic health issues.