Bill Corrigan, a former judge, one-time president of The Missouri Bar and current deputy attorney general for the state of Missouri, is joining Shook, Hardy & Bacon.
Shook, Hardy & Bacon is dedicating much of its fee award from a 2022 high-profile St. Louis prisoner’s rights case toward expanding the firm’s pro bono civil rights and racial justice efforts.
Sue Werstak became the managing partner of one of Shook, Hardy & Bacon’s St. Louis office on Jan. 1, joining the growing ranks of women and diverse partners in leadership roles at the firm.
Seven Kansas City attorneys at Shook, Hardy & Bacon have been elevated to partner as part of the firm’s 13-strong partner class this year.
Shook, Hardy & Bacon has announced a new leader for its St. Louis office as its prior managing partner moves into a firmwide leadership role.
Shook, Hardy & Bacon announced that 25 recent law school graduates and associate laterals have joined the firm’s offices across the country, including 14 in Kansas City.
Shook, Hardy & Bacon partner Jon Gray has been named to the board of trustees for Grinnell College.
The Civic Council of Greater Kansas City has elected Shook, Hardy & Bacon Chair Madeleine McDonough to a two-year term as chair of the organization, effective June 1.
The International Academy of Trial Lawyers has selected Charles Eblen of Shook, Hardy & Bacon as a fellow, pending its annual meeting in Berlin later this year.
Shook, Hardy & Bacon has opened a new office in Hartford, Connecticut, marking its 18th location nationwide.
George E. Wolf III, whose last day as a Jackson County circuit judge was March 16, has joined Kansas City-based architectural, engineering and planning firm HNTB Corporation. According to court spokeswoman Valerie Hartman, Wolf will serve as general counsel of the company. Former Gov. Eric Greitens appointed Wolf to the bench in August 2017. Voters […]
For the first time, The Missouri Bar soon will have an African American lawyer as its executive director.
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