The Women’s Justice Awards recognize women across Missouri who have demonstrated leadership, integrity, service, sacrifice and accomplishment in improving the quality of justice and exemplifying the highest ideals of the legal profession. The awards reach out to women in various segments of the legal community, including the bar, the bench, public office, business, academia, nonprofits and the state at large.
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Woman of the Year: The biggest award, recognizing the woman who truly stands out in making an extraordinary difference in improving the quality of justice or exemplifying the highest ideals of the legal profession.
Corporate: The woman who serves as general or in-house counsel, advising businesses on complex legal matters.
General Practitioner: This is the woman who, as an attorney, does it all. She handles multiple practice areas with skill.
Innovation & Technology: These women advise companies, startups and entrepreneurs with legal issues regarding intellectual property, technology and other aspects of their business.
Leaders of Tomorrow: Awarded to women law students who demonstrate leadership, professionalism and a passion for making a difference in the justice system or the legal profession.
Litigation: For the woman whose career is made in the court room; civil or criminal, plaintiff or defense.
Pro bono: Recognizing a woman attorney who has contributed a substantial amount of effort and time on pro bono work.
Public Service: This includes the woman attorney whose work is for a non-profit, the government or judiciary, or has made her mark in education.
2020 Honorees | Publisher’s Letter | Digital Edition | Store
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2018 About | Honorees | Publisher’s Letter | Media | Digital Edition | Store
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2015 Honorees | Publisher’s Letter | Media | Digital Edition
2014 Honorees | Publisher’s Letter | Media | Digital Edition
2013 Honorees | Digital Edition