Natalie Xiong is an attorney in Saint Paul. After joining AFCC in October 2019, she is making a big splash. Natalie started out on the Annual Conference Planning Committee. This summer, when that committee had to pivot from our normal annual conference, Natalie was one of the folks who helped design and organize the Community Chats and moderated one of the panels. In addition to her work on the annual conference, Natalie recently stepped up to co-chair the Membership Committee. Natalie’s hard work and fresh perspective are an invaluable contribution to AFCC-MN.
Natalie is a solo practitioner who is dedicated to making legal services accessible for low- and moderate-income families. Her private practice includes family law, immigration, employment discrimination and car accidents. She also works with Civil Society, a non-profit organization that provides culturally and linguistically specific legal services to victims of domestic violence, stalking, trafficking and sexual assault. Most of the cases Natalie handles with Civil Society are family law matters (divorce, custody, child support and Orders for Protection). Natalie also volunteers at the Volunteer Lawyers Network and the Advocates for Human Rights to help immigrants and low-income families with family law, immigration and employment law matters. In addition to her work with AFCC-MN, Natalie is actively involved with Minnesota State, Ramsey County, Hennepin County and Hmong American Bar Associations.