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Legislative Legal Landscape 2020

Mary Elizabeth Coleman, R-Arnold, answers a question during the Legal Legislative Landscape event at SLU Law School Thursday, January 9, 2020. Photo by Dana Rieck

Mary Elizabeth Coleman

Missouri Secretary of State John R. (Jay) Ashcroft cracks a joke during the Legal Legislative Landscape event at SLU Law School Thursday, January 9, 2020. Photo by Dana Rieck

Jay Ashcroft

Rep. Gina Mitten, D-St. Louis, talks about what to expect in the upcoming year during the Legal Legislative Landscape event at SLU Law School Thursday, January 9, 2020. Photo by Dana Rieck

Gina Mitten

A crowd gathers in Scott Hall before the Legal Legislative Landscape event at SLU Law School Thursday, January 9, 2020. Photo by Dana Rieck

Legislative Legal Landscape 2020

Amy Collignon Gunn, an attorney with The Simon Law Firm, clarifies an issue during the Legal Legislative Landscape event at SLU Law School Thursday, January 9, 2020. Photo by Dana Rieck

Amy Collignon Gunn

Rep. Dean Plocher, R-St. Louis, answers a question during the Legal Legislative Landscape event at SLU Law School Thursday, January 9, 2020. Photo by Dana Rieck

Dean Plocher

Rep. Rudy L. Veit, R-Jefferson City, speaks during the Legal Legislative Landscape event at SLU Law School Thursday, January 9, 2020. Photo by Dana Rieck

Rudy Veit

Missouri Lawyers Media Group Publisher Liz Irwin speaks at the beginning of the Legal Legislative Landscape event at SLU Law School Thursday, January 9, 2020. Photo by Dana Rieck

Liz Irwin

Peter Merideth, D-St. Louis answers a question during the Legal Legislative Landscape event at SLU Law School Thursday, January 9, 2020. Photo by Dana Rieck

Peter Merideth

Zoe Linza, chief operating officer and managing executive of BAMSL and the Saint Louis Bar Foundation, speaks with Rep. Rudy L. Veit, R-Jefferson City, before the Legal Legislative Landscape event at SLU Law School Thursday, January 9, 2020. Photo by Dana Rieck

Coe Linza, Rudy Veit

Photos by Dana Rieck

 

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Lawyers and lawmakers met Jan. 9 at Saint Louis University School of Law for the Legislative Legal Landscape, a roundtable conversation focused on the 2020 legislative session in Jefferson City.

Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft and members of the General Assembly fielded questions on topics ranging from tort laws and medical marijuana to voter ID and efforts to repeal the Clean Missouri measure during the wide-ranging discussion.

The event was co-hosted by Missouri Lawyers Media and The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and sponsored by Husch Blackwell. Moderators were Catherine Hanaway, Husch Blackwell partner, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri and former speaker of the state House of Representatives; Glenn A. Norton, of-counsel with Blitz, Bardgett & Deutsch, president-elect of BAMSL and former judge with the Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District; and Missouri Lawyers Media Senior Reporter Scott Lauck.

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