The Metropolitan Airports Fee (MAC) has promoted Evan Wilson from Senior Legal professional to Deputy Common Counsel of the group, which owns and operates Minneapolis-St. Paul Worldwide Airport and 6 reliever airports within the Twin Cities.
As Deputy Common Counsel, Wilson will help in offering authorized counsel to the MAC and assist information the group on a variety of authorized issues, together with governance, regulatory compliance, operational and coverage points, laws, actual property transactions, contracts and grant agreements, emergency administration, airport security zoning, expertise and mental property issues. Wilson additionally advises the Airport Basis MSP and Arts@MSP program.
“Evan Wilson’s intensive expertise on the MAC and his authorized experience throughout the airport trade is an ideal match for this vital management place,” stated Cameron Boyd, Common Counsel for the MAC.“I’ve labored with Evan for 18 years and know firsthand how proficient he’s in working with and on behalf of all leaders throughout our group. We’re fortunate to have him on this new position.”
Wilson has labored on the MAC since 2004. He turned senior legal professional in 2014. Over that point, Wilson has earned a powerful status for his clear and actionable authorized steerage and management on many vital tasks and initiatives.
“I’m honored to be chosen to function the MAC’s deputy normal counsel,” stated Evan Wilson. “I’m excited that my expanded position will present much more alternatives for me to help the MAC’s outstanding airport system and meet the wants of our touring public.”
Wilson has held numerous management roles throughout the American Bar Affiliation (ABA) and the Minnesota State Bar Affiliation (MSBA). He’s at present on the MSBA’s Funding Committee, which oversees the MSBA’s funding coverage and portfolio. Wilson obtained his juris doctorate from the College of Minnesota Regulation College, the place he was a board member and managing editor of the Minnesota Regulation Evaluate. He obtained his bachelor’s diploma in historical past and political science from the College of Northwestern-St. Paul.