Chris Seufert not only prosecutes child sex offenses but has played major roles in setting the terms under which such crimes are tried.
Is a hot-air balloon ride really a form of “air commerce”? Apollo Carey was part of the team of lawyers that thought so — and fortunately for their client, the Missouri Supreme Court did, too.
Kimberly Norwood has taught at Washington University School of Law for more than 20 years and in that time has mentored hundreds of law students.
Jennifer Growcock helped turn a heartbreaking twist in a domestic dispute into a court ruling that allowed a man to seek custody of the boy he’d raised from birth.
Michael Miller has enjoyed the kind of career trajectory others dream about. In law school, he clerked for Lowther Johnson, a prominent 16-attorney firm in Springfield.
The potential demise of red-light cameras in Missouri can largely be chalked up to one lawyer: Ryan A. Keane.
Brad Yeretsky has an exciting practice, defending manufacturers in state and federal courts across the country from lawsuits over fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisonings.
Maurice Graham is among the state’s best-known plaintiffs’ lawyers in the areas of complex business and commercial litigation and catastrophic injury and death cases. Which is to say, he’s plenty busy.
Not many 34-year-old attorneys hold an important governmental office or run a law firm like Winston Calvert.
If a longtime employee is fired for failing to follow company procedure 11 times after three warnings, is she still owed unemployment compensation? Tim Weil came tantalizingly close to persuading the courts that she was.
In 2009, after seven years in practice, Angie Williams struck out on her own.
Chavon Williams has played a key role in a task that every law firm needs: Designing an attractive website. It’s been a good fit for a young attorney who has worked within nearly every practice group at her firm.
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- Cole County prosecutor loses third Sunshine Law appeal
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- New accommodation rights for pregnant workers offer broad protections
- Clark named as next Eastern District chief judge
- Russell reflects on change as women take charge of Missouri’s legal system
- NCAA scores positive gender equity review from St. Louis firm
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- Athena Dickson named vice-president of Missouri Bar