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Author Archives: Liz Irwin

Missouri Lawyers Awards 2021: An incredible year

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Missouri Lawyers Media took a long look back at this incredible year to not only identify those gladiators who marked big verdict and settlement wins for their clients in 2020, but also those whose actions in and out of the courtroom have had — or will have — significant impact on the profession.

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ICON Awards 2020: Publisher’s letter

ICON Awards

This annual Missouri Lawyers Media celebration honors career achievement by recognizing lawyers for their exceptional and lengthy contributions to the profession and community — those who personify the ideals of what it means to be an attorney.

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WJA 2020: Publisher’s Letter

The attorneys we honor this year in our Women’s Justice Awards are trailblazers. Glass-ceiling breakers.

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Diversity & Inclusion 2020 Publisher’s Letter

The differences among us humans are many. We come in different colors, shapes, origins and sexual identities, with different thoughts, preferences and convictions. But there are core elements we all share. Call it our commonality, our sameness. We all have ...

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Publisher’s Letter

Dear Readers, As a reader of our website and publications, you know we make it our business to regularly honor the exceptional work of Missouri attorneys. In fact, it’s part of our mission. Whether it’s with our Missouri Lawyers Awards, ...

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Publisher’s Letter

Like most of us, innovators probably don’t own a shiny crystal ball. Still, they seem to have crystal-ball-like qualities when it comes to their soothsaying. They don’t wait for things to happen. They foretell a need and find a solution ...

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Publisher’s letter

Google the phrase “Up and Coming,” and you’ll find lots of examples of up-and-comers as well as definitions. They explain that the adjective describes someone who is likely to achieve success in the future based on current progress. You knew ...

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