Volunteers from the Women in the Legal Profession section of The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis gathered May 9 at the Gateway Grizzlies Stadium kitchens in Sauget, Illinois to make 2,000 sandwiches for the Step It Up program.
Finding ways to help others through free or discounted legal services is a basic responsibility of any attorney who wishes to assist the community. But connecting people who need lawyers with lawyers who want to help can sometimes be a challenge. That’s where John G. Simon, who served as 2018-19 president of The Bar Association […]
It’s a common problem, according to Greg Linhares, the clerk of court in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri: Citizens arrive at his office and try to file civil claims pro se, but confusion sets in. “People get frustrated because they’re filling out forms they don’t understand,” said Linhares, “and we’re […]
It may sound creepy, said John Campbell, but it’s true: The amount of data online about private individuals is so vast, it’s possible for an informed attorney to walk into jury selection with his or her ideal jurors already picked. “I was recently in a trial in Phoenix where it was clear to me that […]
Members of The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and Bring Me a Book St. Louis partnered on March 1 to encourage the love of reading among students at city elementary schools during Read Across America Day. BAMSL participates annually in Read Across America Day, sponsored by the National Education Association. The observance this year […]
Bruce E. Friedman has been elected as chair of the Family & Juvenile Law Section of The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis.
BAMSL Executive Director Zoe W. Linza has been elected vice president of the National Association of Bar Executives.
The president of the American Bar Association is traveling to St. Louis next week with plans to meet with lawyers, judges and law students.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito said in a speech in St. Louis last week he’s “somewhat displeased” about a flurry of articles this year about fellow Justice Clarence Thomas’ five-year silence on the bench.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito says hello to Missouri Supreme Court Judge Richard B. Teitelman. Alito was the featured speaker at the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis Law Day event Monday at a downtown hotel. Alito says he’s “somewhat displeased” about the flurry of articles this year about fellow Justice Clarence Thomas’ years-long silence on the bench. None of the artic[...]
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito said he’s “somewhat displeased” about the flurry of articles this year on fellow Associate Justice Clarence Thomas’ silence on the bench, in a Law Day speech today.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito is planning a trip to St. Louis on Monday to address the local bar association and watch a baseball game in town.
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