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The Enterprise Award: Kimberly D. Chaffin

Kimberly D. Chaffin, a graduate of the Tulsa University School of Law, is president of the Springfield land title company that her father started in 1959. It remains family owned-and-operated today; her brother and husband serve as its vice presidents. ...

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The Enterprise Award: Zoe Linza

Zoe Linza heads BAMSL, a 6,000-attorney voluntary bar association whose prestige and reputation for innovative programs have made it prominent well outside the St. Louis area. Linza, whose former executive experience includes positions with the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of ...

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The Enterprise Award: Laura Frame

Laura Frame became the top lawyer at St. Anthony’s Medical Center in St. Louis in late 2013. She had previously been its director of risk management and, earlier in her career, she was a neurosurgical nurse. She has a law ...

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The Rising Star Award: Megan McCurdy

Megan McCurdy, who joined the bar in 2007 and recently made partner at one of Kansas City’s top firms, represents individuals and business in complex lawsuits and arbitrations. She also serves on the firm’s associate development and recruiting committees, where ...

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The Rising Star Award: Andrea R. Long

Last year, Andrea R. Long helped bring about the Medical Legal Partnership between CoxHealth and Legal Services of Southern Missouri. The program works by bringing much needed free legal services to patients, and families of patients in the hospital and ...

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The Rising Star Award: Kendra R. Howard

Kendra R. Howard joined the EEOC in 2010, where she presides over hearings on federal employee or applicant complaints of discrimination. She is also the current president of the Mound City Bar Association. What are some of your proudest career ...

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The Rising Star Award: Kendra R. Howard

Kendra R. Howard joined the EEOC in 2010, where she presides over hearings on federal employee or applicant complaints of discrimination. She is also the current president of the Mound City Bar Association. What are some of your proudest career ...

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