John Rodenberg

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John R. Rodenberg
Associate Judge of the
Minnesota Court of Appeals
Incumbent
Assumed office
December 27, 2011
Appointed by Mark Dayton
Preceded by Edward Toussaint, Jr.
Brown County District Court Judge
In office
2000–2011
Appointed by Jesse Ventura
Personal details
Residence New Ulm, Minnesota
Alma mater St. Olaf College
Hamline University

John R. Rodenberg is a Minnesota jurist, and an Associate Judge of the Minnesota Court of Appeals.

Rodenberg received his juris doctor from Hamline University. He worked in private practice until 2000, when he was appointed to serve as a district court judge by then-Governor Jesse Ventura. He was elected vice chair of the Minnesota Judicial Council in 2007.[1]

Rodenberg was appointed to the appeals court in 2011 by Governor Mark Dayton.[2]

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Legal offices
Preceded by
Edward Toussaint, Jr.
Associate Judge of the Minnesota Court of Appeals
2011-
Succeeded by
Incumbent