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WJA 2022: Lynn Ann Vogel

Women's Justice Awards 2022

“My grandmother was a secretary at the Missouri Supreme Court,” says Lynn Ann Vogel. “I became an attorney to make her proud. Judge Robert Donnelly, the judge she worked for, swore me in. She held the Bible.”

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WJA 2022: Erica Slater

Women's Justice Awards 2022

Just a few months after she returned from parental leave, Erica Slater endured a test of litigation skills and personal strength.

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WJA 2022: Joan Sheridan

Women's Justice Awards 2022

“I was working in Human Resources, right out of the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in anthropology,” says Joan Sheridan.

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WJA 2022: Ashlea Schwarz

Women's Justice Awards 2022

In her practice of law, Ashlea Schwarz attempts to make change for large groups of people. She works to improve the quality of life for many people rather than just for the parties in one litigation.

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WJA 2022: Danielle Rogers

Women's Justice Awards 2022

“If people have been wronged, you can’t undo what’s happened to them,” says Danielle Rogers. “But you can try to make it right. That’s the driving force in my career, whether I’m representing the plaintiff or the defendant.”

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WJA 2022: Dana Tucker Redwing

Women's Justice Awards 2022

“Justice is an ongoing task, not just one event,” says Dana Tucker Redwing. “I do it every day by being equitable to all and having an impact on individuals, professionally and in life. It’s about how I show up in the world as a human being.”

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WJA 2022: Chelsea McClain Pierce

Women's Justice Awards 2022

“Throughout my law career, the common denominator is that I’m not afraid to innovate where a system or process isn’t in place,” says Chelsea McClain Pierce. There is sufficient evidence to support her statement.

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WJA 2022: Tracy Beckham Phipps

Women's Justice Awards 2022

“Improving fairness improves the quality of justice,” says Tracy Beckham Phipps. “I became a lawyer because I have a passion for achieving fairness. I’m also fighting for those who haven’t had fair treatment in our profession.”

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WJA 2022: Michelle Marvel

Women's Justice Awards 2022

“I have a passion for any case involving a minor who has been injured,” says Michelle Marvel. “I help my clients get the care and support they need going forward.”

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WJA 2022: Sonette Magnus

Women's Justice Awards 2022

“Every case is my favorite because new issues give me the opportunity to use my skill set in a new way,” says Sonette Magnus.

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