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WJA 2022: Beverly Weber

Women's Justice Awards 2022

A self-defined “word girl,” Beverly Weber wasn’t quite sure where to go after earning an analytical literature degree.

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WJA 2022: Joy Tompkins Ferguson

Women's Justice Awards 2022

Joy Tompkins Ferguson knew she wanted to be an attorney by the fourth grade after a classroom project in which students were assigned “grownup” jobs.

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WJA 2022: Danielle Uy

Women's Justice Awards 2022

Danielle Uy likes to note with pride that she is a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys.

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WJA 2022: Ashley Schuette

Women's Justice Awards 2022

The pandemic changed people’s thoughts, goals and ideas planetwide, and Ashley Schuette, who was working in the general counsel’s office at CoxHealth, was no exception.

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WJA 2022: Sara Reid

Women's Justice Awards 2022

After earning her undergraduate degree, Sara Reid worked a few different jobs, including one as an assistant manager at an apartment community.

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WJA 2022: Tamar Hodges

Women's Justice Awards 2022

Many attorneys make changes in their career but Tamar Hodges says her move from working as a nurse to becoming a lawyer wasn’t as dramatic a shift as it might seem.

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Apartment held liable for man’s fatal shooting

Jurors decided that the owners of a St. Louis apartment complex are liable for  more than $3 million after their failure to secure an external door allowed a fatal shooting to occur. 

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