Maureen Brady has built an entire practice around a basic but slippery concept: Privacy.
St. Louis native Maysa Daoud describes herself as “one of those weird kids who said they wanted to be a lawyer when they grew up.”
When Megan Creson left home at 15, she needed a way to support herself, so she took a sales job with Bluegreen, a vacation company that partners with Bass Pro retail stores. Creson was supposed to sell tickets to Branson shows, but she also was told that she could sell higher-commission vacation packages if the ticket-buyers were interested.
For Melissa Schopfer, working as a litigator and leading an asbestos trial team has given her a chance to combine two of her professional passions, teaching and the law.
In the 11 years since she left law school, Rachel Stahle already has made quite a name for herself.
After spending more than a decade as a successful prosecuting attorney for the city of St. Joseph, Rebecca L. Spencer decided it was time to go all-out for a longtime goal of hers.
Robyn Butler’s legal career bridges two different worlds.
Get Judge Sandra Farragut-Hemphill talking about her career, and through the many highlights, one subject is certain to come up: service.
Sara Yang Bosco has long been her family’s designated lawyer, and for good reason. She grew up as the most vocal child in a large family, and her parents encouraged her to become a lawyer to take advantage of her natural talents.
For someone who has risen to a top job in her city’s planning and development department, Springfield Economic Development Director Sarah Kerner’s career path certainly hasn’t followed much of a blueprint.
Stephanie Wan has wanted to combat violence against women since she attended middle school. That drive has propelled her to her role as Greene County’s chief assistant prosecuting attorney.
Vicki Smith had been away from school for a few years when she decided to enroll in the University of Missouri School of Law. At first, she didn’t know how her legal career might unfold.
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