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2010 WJA

Sandra Moore

Sandra Moore earned a law degree at Washington University, but she never wanted to work in a courtroom or a law firm. “I wanted to work to level the playing field in every area I could.” Moore is president of ...

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Mira Mdivani

Mira Mdivani is the entrepreneur behind a prominent immigration law firm. She fell into the niche practice because of the way certain English words roll off her tongue. “They hear the accent, and they presume you know something about international ...

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Maureen A. McGlynn

Maureen A. McGlynn’s integrity is one of the most important things to her as a trial lawyer. “Getting great results for your clients and receiving defense verdicts isn’t enough,” says the partner at Kortenhof McGlynn in St. Louis. “With millions ...

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Mary E. Nelson

As the governor’s director of boards and commissions, Mary E. Nelson’s job is sorting through thousands of applications for hundreds of  committee and board appointments. Doubt just how daunting a task that can be? Try coming up with a skeletal ...

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Vickie Schatz

After just a few years of serving corporate clients from the outside, Vickie Schatz was more than ready to try her hand at in-house practice. Schatz, who has been with Kansas City Power & Light for close to eight years, ...

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Women’s Justice Awards announced

With its statewide expansion of the Women’s Justice Awards, Missouri Lawyers Media will honor outstanding female lawyers from all corners of the state in 2010. The top honoree, former Missouri Supreme Court Chief Justice Ann Covington, represents the new statewide ...

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Women’s Justice Awards go statewide

With its statewide expansion of the Women’s Justice Awards, Missouri Lawyers Media will honor outstanding female lawyers from all corners of the state in 2010. The top honoree, former Missouri Supreme Court Chief Justice Ann Covington, represents the new statewide ...

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