Mitchell Sell is an attorney in our Municipal Prosecution group. Mitchell has a passion for being in the courtroom and advocating on behalf of clients. Originally from Stillwater, Minnesota, Mitchell forms personal relationships with his clients that serve as the basis for comprehensive and holistic representation, allowing him to understand not just what the client’s goals are, but why they are important.

A summa cum laude graduate of Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska, Mitchell has clerked for the Sarpy County Public Defender’s Office in Nebraska throughout law school and worked as a summer law clerk at Eckberg Lammers. While in law school, Mitchell participated in Moot Court, where his team competed at the New York City Bar Association’s National Moot Court Tournament – winning the best brief in the Nation. Mitchell was also selected for the Creighton’s Trial Team.

Mitchell has been with Eckberg Lammers since 2014, when he started as a litigation and prosecution support assistant. Throughout his undergraduate program and law school, he returned to the firm to work as a summer law clerk. He also was instrumental in the establishment of the Stillwater Area High School Mock Trial team in 2013. Read more here.

When he is not working, Mitchell enjoys everything outdoors, from going hiking, to being on the water, or riding (and fixing) dirt bikes. He is continually working on his golf game and finds time for some pick-up hockey games in the winter as well. Having recently picked up cooking, he enjoys discovering both new recipes and restaurants.

Education & Admissions


Creighton University School of Law, Omaha, Nebraska
– J.D.

Creighton University Heider College of Business, Omaha, Nebraska
– B.S.

Bar Admissions



Affiliations & Involvement

Professional Affiliations

Minnesota Association for Justice
– Member

Minnesota State Bar Association
– Member, Criminal Law Section

Community Involvement

Greater Stillwater Area Chamber of Commerce, Leadership in the Valley (2021-2022)

Sarpy County Teen Court – Volunteer Judge (2019-2020)

Stillwater High School Mock Trial Coach

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Growing up in the Stillwater area, I saw firsthand the way individuals, businesses, and municipalities bonded to form a community. This is why I strive to form personal relationships with my clients, enabling me to understand their ambitions on a deeper level and putting me in the best position to advocate efficiently and proactively on their behalf. Together, we work to achieve an outcome beneficial for the client, and in turn, our community.
Mitchell Sell