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May 15, 2011

Leaders say shrinking firms are more efficient

Thirteen firms on Missouri Lawyers Weekly’s MOney 20 rankings were operating with fewer attorneys in 2010. But less can mean more. Law firm leaders say the changes last year resulted in more productive offices.

May 15, 2011

Contingency fees take edge off uncertainty

They’re risky by nature, but two contingency fee cases helped provide a gold-plated shelter for two MOney 20 firms in dicey economic times.

May 15, 2011

The Gist of MOney 20 firms

A look at each law firm in the MOney 20.

Apr 24, 2011

Jessica L. Kruse

Jessica L. Kruse began her legal career because her husband-to-be owned several Subway franchises.

Apr 24, 2011

Caroline Saunders

Caroline Saunders likes to say she does a little bit of everything. It’s a common refrain for those who work as an in-house general counsel, and Saunders wouldn’t have it any other way.

Apr 24, 2011

Arimeta R. DuPree

The neighborhood where Arimeta DuPree lives, the one she returned to after she became a lawyer, isn’t Kansas City’s best.

Apr 24, 2011

S.I. (Stacie) Strong

After a few years as an editor at a book-packaging firm in California, Stacie Strong moved on to law school at Duke University, and she knew exactly what she wanted to do — international litigation at a large firm.

Apr 24, 2011

Hillary Sale

Forget the ivory tower. In Professor Hillary Sale’s world, questions are practical, applicable and ultimately affect the bottom line.

Apr 24, 2011

Garnett Matthews-Campbell

Garnett Matthews-Campbell has had jobs in software training, real estate and the court education system. Now she’s a University of Missouri law student who plans to graduate in May.

Apr 24, 2011

Prudence Willett Kramer

Not everyone is comfortable with chaos, but Prudence Willett Kramer has to be. It’s her job.

Apr 24, 2011

Allison L. Bergman

When Allison Bergman looks out over downtown Kansas City from her office, she sees a city she’s helping to restore one building at a time.

Apr 24, 2011

Phyllis Norman-Komoroski

Phyllis Norman-Komoroski’s career ended up a long way from where she once envisioned it, and that suits her just fine.

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