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Miriam E. Bailey

Miriam E. Bailey, 35 Counsel, Graves Garrett, Kansas City Practice areas: Litigation, appeals Law school: University of Missouri-Kansas City as a young attorney, and opened her own firm to serve f When the Federal Trade Commission pursued a preliminary injunction ...

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Erwin O. Switzer

Erwin O. Switzer GENERAL COUNSEL AND OFFICER, GREENSFELDER, HEMKER & GALE, ST. LOUIS Mentoring new attorneys has been one of Erv Switzer’s priorities throughout his lengthy career. His resume includes high-profile clients and cases, including serving as chief counsel to ...

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Martin Daesch

Martin Daesch SHAREHOLDER, SANDBERG PHOENIX & VON GONTARD, ST. LOUIS Sandberg Phoenix associates building a legal career get their nuts and bolts from Martin Daesch. Daesch, an Associate Committee member, helps manage “Sandberg Phoenix College,” a two-day educational symposium, which ...

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John B. Boyd

John B. Boyd SHAREHOLDER, BOYD KENTER THOMAS & PARRISH, INDEPENDENCE John B. Boyd is renowned in Missouri and nationwide the field of workers’ compensation. Not only is a former administrative law judge who served briefly as the acting director of ...

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Mark T. Keaney

Mark T. Keaney, 30 ST. LOUIS Law school: Saint Louis University On the first Thursday of each month, a large number of scared and confused petitioners pack the St. Louis County Circuit Court’s domestic violence docket. And with them are ...

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Holly L. Yoakum

Holly L. Yoakum, 39 STAFF ATTORNEY, LEGAL SERVICES OF EASTERN MISSOURI, ST. LOUIS Practice Area: Family law Law School: Indiana University Holly Yoakum takes a lot of tough cases. Emotionally tough, that is. In one case, she represented a client ...

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Janette K. Rodecap

Janette K. Rodecap, 41 ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT JUDGE, JACKSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT, KANSAS CITY Law school: University of Iowa From the time that she was a clerk for U.S. District Judge Nanette Laughrey, Janette Rodecap has known she wanted to be ...

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