Greensfelder has hired Ryan Gordon as an associate in its business services group at the firm’s St. Louis office.
Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale has established a scholarship fund with Washington University in St. Louis School of Law to support diverse students in memory of Tim Thornton, the firm’s late president and CEO.
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David J. Simmons, an officer with Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, and Rachel M. Hirshberg, an attorney with the firm, have been chosen to participate in programs with the national Leadership Council on Legal Diversity in 2019. Simmons was chosen for the LCLD’s Fellows Program, which identifies, trains and advances leaders in the legal profession. Hirshberg […]
The Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce has honored Kurt S. Schroeder, an officer in the Belleville, Illinois office of Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, as its 2018 Citizen of the Year. The award recognizes a person whose contributions and service have enriched the quality of life in the Belleville community. Schroeder has been a board of […]
Five attorneys have joined Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale as associates in the firm’s office in St. Louis. Celine L. George, Kathleen M. Howard and Amy C. Moorkamp have joined the firm’s litigation practice group. Scott C. Johnston has joined the business services practice group, and Hunter B. Rouse has joined the business services and real […]
Employees of Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale employees on Sept. 27 volunteered and contributed pro bono work for St. Louis-area not-for-profit organizations that assist women and girls during the inaugural Global Day of Service. The Global Day of Service is a worldwide initiative that assists women and girls through education, empowerment and support programs. It is […]
Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale has launched an office in the Cortex Innovation Community, an innovation hub and technology district in St. Louis. More than 20 Greensfelder attorneys from diverse practice groups staff the office on a rotating basis. They will provide legal services and general business counsel to entrepreneurs and start-up businesses that are part […]
Stephanie Hammer joined Greensfelder’s St. Louis office in November.
The U.S. Senate on Thursday unanimously approved St. Louis native Kevin O’Malley to serve as U.S. ambassador to Ireland.
Christina Z. Randolph, previously of St. Louis-based Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, has joined Thompson Coburn’s health care group.
President Barack Obama nominated St. Louis attorney Kevin O’Malley on Thursday to be the U.S. ambassador to Ireland.
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