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Hartnett wins securities award

Andrew M. Hartnett, an officer in Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale’s securities and financial services group, received an outstanding service award from the North American Securities Administrators Association. The award recognized his work with the organization and his “dedication to the ...

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Gorovsky joins Dysart

Nicole Gorovsky has joined The Dysart Law Firm in St. Louis. Gorovsky has served as an assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of Illinois, a prosecutor in the Boone County Prosecutor’s Office in Columbia and in the Missouri Attorney ...

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Missouri Supreme Court refuses to review murder case

The Missouri Supreme Court will not review the conviction of Rodney Lincoln, who is serving life in prison in the death of a St. Louis woman 35 years ago, a crime he claims he didn’t commit. A circuit judge last ...

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Sarah Carthen Watson

One thing Sarah Carthen Watson was sure of was that she wasn’t going to follow her mother’s footsteps into law. She was certain of it until her junior year of college, until it became clear to her that the law ...

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Kaitlyn Adams Parker

Around SLU Law, Kaitlyn Adams Parker is known for exemplifying the school’s motto: “Men and women for others.” This came to light recently when she led the school’s most successful Public Interest Law Group Auction in the event’s history. The ...

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Nicole J. Gudmens

Nicole Gudmens is still in law school, but she is already making an impact in the legal community of Kansas City. In addition to balancing a full course schedule, she has maintained law clerk positions for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, ...

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Maikieta A. Brantley

Maikieta Brantley has enough academic accomplishments under her belt that she could cruise through her final year of law school. Instead, the granddaughter of a pioneering Marine remains hard at work. Her work in the law school’s Veterans Clinic required ...

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Stacey K. Wullschleger

Stacey Wullschleger was certain of one thing when she started law school. She was not going to be a divorce attorney. But while clerking at a family law firm, she discovered that was exactly what she wanted to do. She ...

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Ashley Twibell

Some people know what career they’ll have for a long time, and others take some time to figure that out. Ashley Twibell earned a political science degree and had a career at a marketing firm before deciding to go to ...

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Erica B. Slater

Erica Slater started her career in insurance litigation defense, but switching teams has been beneficial to both her and her clients. After joining The Simon Law Firm in 2014, she has become an advocate for the plaintiffs she represents in ...

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Lori B. Rook

As a young attorney, Lori Rook might not seem a likely candidate to start a firm related to elder law, but Rook saw both the need and opportunity. She’s been known to take detours on her way to Saturday soccer ...

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