Justin M. Schiks - Attorney & Partner
Justin M. Schiks is a native Minnesotan from the Twin Cities area. As a graduate from Forest Lake High School, he went on to complete his undergraduate work at University of Minnesota-Morris. During college he began his education of law as an intern for the local County Attorney's office.
Following graduation from the U of M, Justin attended William Mitchell College of Law in Saint Paul, Minnesota. During law school Justin worked for several years with the Washington County Public Defender's office. He represented hundreds of clients in bail hearings, arraignments and pretrial hearings. Justin also prosecuted misdemeanors and gross misdemeanors with the Edina city attorney.
While earning his law degree Justin developed a strong grasp of the law, conducted extensive legal research, presented arguments to mediators, arbitrators, trial and appellate court judges.
After graduation from law school, Justin was the founding partner of Schiks Law Office, P.A., focused on DWI and criminal defense. He has successfully represented countless clients in felony and misdemeanor cases, achieving dismissals and resolutions resulting with no conviction. Justin is a proud member of the Washington County Criminal Defense Panel, Dakota County Criminal Defense Panel and the Washington County Criminal Defense Clinic.
Justin has also worked extensively of counsel at a local personal injury law firm. He has successfully represented numerous injured clients by fighting to secure fair compensation for their injuries.
Justin has since joined the firm of Mohammad, Schiks & Jaafar, P.A. as a managing partner. The firm maintains a criminal defense, personal injury, estate planning, and business litigation practice.
In 2014 Justin was selected for The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers. The members of this prestigious invitation-only organization are selected as the top trial lawyers in their states who exemplify superior qualities of leadership, influence, public profile, reputation, and stature.