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Swier Law Firm is often featured and interviewed in magazines and newspapers across South Dakota and nationally.
Exceptional work by Swier Law Firm has been featured by national publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Times, The Associated Press, Ag Week, Dakota Farmer, Prairie Business Magazine, and The American Bar Journal.
Our attorneys help with legal explanations, tips, and advice. Discover our latest developments and achievements and see why Swier Law Firm's attorneys are go-to resources for a multitude of media outlets.
Scott Swier Featured in Associated Press Article on How Tax Overhaul will Affect Alimony
Swier Law Firm's Commitment to Project Rural Practice Featured in Mitchell Daily Republic
Swier Law Firm Featured in Dakota Farmer Magazine
Swier Law Firm Case Featured on KDLT-TV
Swier Law Firm Clients Featured in Sioux Falls Argus Leader
Lindsay M. Harris Featured in February 2017 Issue of Dakota Farmer Magazine
Swier Law Firm's Business & Corporate Practice Group Featured in Prairie Business Magazine
Swier Law Firm's "Bare Necessities" Angel Tree Featured on KSFY-TV
Swier Law Firm Featured in January 2017 Issue of Dakota Farmer Magazine
Swier Law Firm's "Bare Necessities" Angel Tree Featured on KELO-TV
Brooke Schloss Featured in Prairie Business Magazine
Swier Law Firm's "Bare Necessities" Angel Tree Featured in Sioux Falls Argus Leader
Jake Fischer Featured in Tri-State Livestock News
Scott Swier Featured on Cover of BizNow Magazine
Swier Law Firm Featured in The New York Times
Swier Law Firm Publishes Book on Estate Planning for South Dakota Farmers and Ranchers
Swier Law Firm Featured in BizNow Magazine
Swier Law Firm Offers Insurance Analysis for Delmont Residents
In Rural America, There are Job Opportunities and a Need for Lawyers
Swier Law Firm Recognized for Commitment to Delmont Tornado Victims
Swier Law Firm Recognized for Efforts on Behalf of Delmont Residents
Insurance Journal - Tornado-Torn South Dakota Town Getting Advice on Insurance from Law Firm
States Opening Their Pockets to Bring Lawyers to Rural Towns