Todd Hennen attacks each case with an enthusiasm uncommon to the legal profession. Growing up on a southwest Minnesota farm instilled in Todd a practical mindset and a tireless work ethic that put his clients in the best position to succeed. Todd has experience in everything from large, complex commercial disputes and class actions to individual civil rights violations and federal criminal prosecutions.

 

Before joining MADEL PA, Todd served as law clerk to the Honorable Robert H. Cleland of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. His time on the other side of the bench gives him valuable insight into how judges, particularly federal judges, and their staffs approach cases of all kinds.

 

In law school, Todd worked extensively in Michigan Law’s General Clinic, with a focus on Landlord-Tenant disputes and complex Prisoners’ Rights litigation. Todd also worked as a research assistant to Professors Kyle D. Logue and John A. E. Pottow. In this capacity, Todd drafted an article on Products Liability and sections of the American Law Institute’s upcoming Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance, worked closely with the arbitrator in adjudicating a shareholder dispute over control of a multimillion-dollar foreign corporation, and analyzed cases involving interactions between the Bankruptcy Code and the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act likely to reach the Supreme Court. 

Phone:  612-605-0630

bar admissions

  • Minnesota

  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan

education

  • University of Michigan Law School (2016)

    • J.D., magna cum laude

    • Order of the Coif

  • University of Minnesota: Twin Cities (2013)

    • B.A., magna cum laude

    • Major: Philosophy