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Hackers and techies unite to solve court quandary

Software developers, project managers and hackers gathered at the Cortex Innovation Community in St. Louis’ Central West End on Sept. 11-13 to help find a simple solution, technologically speaking, for navigating the municipal court system in St. Louis County. GlobalHackV, ...

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Help by the bagful

Jeff Feltz and Mary Jennings, staff members of Sandberg Phoenix & Von Gontard, deliver toiletries Friday morning upon their arrival at Midwest Litigation Services in St. Louis for a fundraiser for the Center for Women in Transition, which assists women in the criminal justice system. Midwest Litigation has held the fundraiser for the past six years. Photo by Karen Elshout

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‘A shocking story’: Women seek answers decades later

The story of gospel singer Zella Jackson Price’s reunion with her long-lost daughter Melanie Gilmore after 49 years recently went viral because of its novelty that included a major plot twist — Jackson Price revealed she did not willingly give ...

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GALLERY: 2015 Missouri Lawyers Awards

Lawyer of the Year Tony Rothert was honored for his work on controversial legal issues, including working toward gay marriage rights in Missouri, openness in executions and protestors’ rights in Ferguson.

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GALLERY: CCRT panel on fees, peeves and building trust with clients

Missouri Lawyers Weekly's Corporate Counsel Round Table was held at the Chase Park Plaza Thursday night. Attorneys Ruth Kim, Michael Cannon and David Kabbes talked about the practices of in-house attorneys and how they differ from other careers in the legal profession.

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