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WJA 2017

Sarah E. Mullen

Sarah Mullen has a thriving law practice focused on two areas — employment and immigration. Much of her practice involves defending employers against discrimination claims and helping her clients to proactively address workplace liability by drafting policies, understand employment law ...

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Ami Harshad Patel Miller

Ami Harshad Patel Miller has long been interested in helping children. She entered college with plans to become a pediatrician, but after struggling with organic chemistry, decided to pursue other options. Eventually, she settled on law, and today, she puts ...

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Amanda Pennington Ketchum

Amanda Ketchum has built a successful practice in civil litigation while also rising to the top of Dysart Taylor. In 2015, she was unanimously elected as managing director of the firm. Ketchum has also been influential outside her office. When ...

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Luz Maria Henriquez

When students with few resources to obtain representation need an attorney, they have a determined, skilled advocate in Luz Maria Henriquez. The attorney obtained a grant to start the Education Justice Program at Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, which seeks ...

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Jennifer Bukowsky

Jennifer Bukowsky does not back down. She represented clients in the Missouri State Public Defender’s Office before leaving to start her own law firm. As a specialist in criminal defense, she is known for her orating skills in the courtroom, ...

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Laura A. Bentele

With just five years of practice, Laura Bentele has found a niche as a leader in the food and agriculture industries. She is the co-founder and co-leader of Armstrong Teasdale’s Agribusiness and Food Industry Division. She has made a name ...

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Trina J. Scott

Trina Scott wanted to be an educator, but her work as a professor of criminal justice administration is a long way from the fields and gyms she thought would be her home as a physical education teacher. After earning her ...

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Rigel C. Oliveri

Rigel Oliveri started her career seeking to advance the rights of women as a civil rights litigator through the U.S. Department of Justice. Her cases often involved representing women who were sexually harassed by landlords or who were denied housing ...

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Antonia Alice Badway Miceli

Preparing to be a lawyer is a stressful time, but students at Saint Louis University know that Antonia Miceli is in their corner on their way in and out. Miceli created SLU’s Introduction to Legal Studies class, which prepares first-year ...

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Mary Kay Kisthardt

The legal system can be stressful for children and families, as cases often involve abuse, divorce and who is going to live where. Most of those families have never met Mary Kay Kisthardt, but she has influenced their lives in ...

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Jessica W. Kennedy

After eight years as a prosecutor and 17 years in commercial litigation, Jessica Kennedy is comfortable in a courtroom. But today, she has put her interest in advocacy for equality to work on campus as Title IX coordinator for Washington ...

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