Monthly Archives: September 2014

Lee’s Summit North High School students participate in state wide constitutional law sessions

Photo: Supreme Court of Missouri Chief Justice Mary Russell stops to speak with special guests at The Missouri Bar’ Annual Meeting Opening Luncheon. The special guests were students Kristofer Frostestad, Victoria Kelley and Zachary Hitchcock from Lee’s Summit North who were invited to attend plenary sessions and hear the Chief Justice’s Address. Thirty Lee’s Summit

St. Louis high-schoolers celebrate Constitution Day 2014

Students, judges, scholars, lawyers and historians focus on Civil Rights Act ST. LOUIS, MO – Nearly 200 students from four high schools in St. Louis gathered at the Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse Sept. 17 for two hours of special live televized program commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. More

Missouri Judicial Performance Evaluations available to the public

Citizens Urged to Learn More About Judges Before They Vote Nov. 4th The Missouri Judicial Performance Evaluation Committees recommended that voters should keep all 50 non-partisan judges who are up for this year’s retention elections. The Missouri Bar on Wednesday released the recommendations from the committees regarding retention of these judges and narratives explaining the recommendations.

Missouri Bar hosts Mini Law School for the Public in two cities

The Missouri Bar kicked off two legal education programs Wednesday night at the University of Missouri School of Law in Columbia and Saint Louis University School of Law. Mini Law School for the Public lecture series are taught by law professors, judges and attorneys, catering to adults who do not work in the legal profession.

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