Maci R. Burke’s practice focuses on corporate, real estate, construction, and estate planning matters. She regularly advises individuals and businesses regarding entity selection and formation, corporate governance, residential construction disputes, construction agreements, purchase agreements, leases, employment agreements, and estate and succession plans.
Maci earned her law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School with a concentration in Business Law. As a law student, Maci led the Business Law Clinic, served as an editor of the Journal of Law & Inequality, and coordinated the 2021 Summit for Civil Rights on housing policy. She also authored scholarly works addressing novel topics in Native American Law and Family Law.
Maci received her undergraduate degree summa cum laude from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. While an undergraduate, Maci interned with the United States Senate in Washington, D.C. and the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.
Maci enjoys trying new local restaurants, traveling, and spending time with her English Springer Spaniel, Tug.
Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA)
Honors & Awards
University of Minnesota Law School
- Dean’s List 2020-2021
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- Summa cum laude
Maci is a regular contributor to various legal publications.
Maci's publications include:
- Maci Burke, A Call to Congress: A Constitutional Indian Child Welfare Act is Not a Flawless Indian Child Welfare Act, 39 JOURNAL OF LAW & INEQUALITY 191 (2021).
- Maci Burke, Does Minnesota’s Third-Party Visitation Rights Statute Apply to Unmarried, Same-Sex Couples?, INEQUALITY INQUIRY (2021).
- Emily Buchholz, Billy Bigham & Maci Burke, Considerations for Minnesota Agriculture Cooperatives, MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW (May 6, 2021).