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Diversity & Inclusion 2018

Diversity & Inclusion 2018

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Diversity & Inclusion 2018 Publisher’s Letter

While the celebration of our differences as humans continues to grow throughout society, we all know there are hurdles yet to be cleared. Missouri’s legal community is a microcosm of those efforts and challenges. The American Bar Association leads the ...

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Lisa Sonia Taylor- Saint Louis University School of Law

Improving the diversity and inclusion of the legal field is a good thing to do, but Lisa Sonia Taylor wants law leaders to understand it’s also essential to ensure the success of the legal profession. As the world becomes more ...

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Blake Strode- ArchCity Defenders

When you talk to Blake Strode about what he wants, you’ll learn that his ambitions are not for himself. His ambitions lie in transforming the justice system so that the services offered meet the needs required. It’s a tall order, ...

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Stinson Leonard Street

Lawyers are busy people. They have cases to try, briefs to file, contracts to review and clients to keep happy. They work long days, tracked in tenth-of-an-hour increments. How do you get them to care about diversity and inclusion — ...

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Reuben A. Shelton- Monsanto Company

Reuben Shelton chuckles a bit about his decision to become an attorney. “In my life I saw that the folks who made the most change in society were either lawyers or preachers,” he said. “I knew I probably wasn’t going ...

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Tamee V. Reese- AT&T

As the first member of her immediate family to graduate from college, Tamee V. Reese had her career planned out from the start. “I’ve always wanted to become a lawyer,” said Reese, now assistant vice president and senior legal counsel ...

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