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ABA’s Wells: Courts face threats on many fronts

The president of the American Bar Association says that courts across the nation are facing potential threats to their independence. H. Thomas Wells Jr. (pictured with recently exonerated prisoner Josh Kezer, center, and Bryan Cave attorney Charlie Weiss, right, whose pro bono representation freed Kezer) said the threats ranged from ballot initiatives to partisan elections to rating systems from special interest groups. Wells was at Saint Louis University School of Law on Monday as a panelist for a roundtable discussion on the independent judiciary.

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BAMSL names Dodson 2009 Distinguished Lawyer

Doreen Dodson was named the 2009 Distinguished Lawyer by the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis during its annual awards luncheon on Wednesday at the Thomas F. Eagleton Federal Courthouse. Dodson, the first woman president of the Missouri Bar Association, ...

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