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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Popular Mini Law School for the Public returns to St. Louis for its ninth year

Want to learn more about the First Amendment? How about the reaches of intellectual property or Second Amendment rights? Starting Wednesday, March 22, The Missouri Bar will host lectures at the St. Louis County Government Campus in Clayton that will discuss these topics and more. This six-week Mini Law School for the Public will offer

Supreme Court of Missouri holds public forums on racial and ethnic fairness

Thursday marked the first in a series of four public hearing sessions sponsored by The Supreme Court of Missouri Commission on Racial and Ethnic Fairness. The event was open to the public to collect feedback on the commission’s suggestions for improving equality within the judicial system. The commission was created by order of the Supreme

Dana Tippin Cutler recognized for continued public service

Missouri Bar President Dana Tippin Cutler received one of two Governor Mel Carnahan Awards for Public Service Feb. 9. The honor, presented during an awards reception hosted by the University of Missouri Harry S Truman School of Public Affairs, was established to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions through their public service, both paid

The Snapchat Trap

You can’t set a timer for the app’s arbitration clause (but you can opt out of it!) by Kevin Peek Self-destructing images and videos, once thought to only be found in the “Mission: Impossible” universe, can easily be created and dispersed by individuals through the popular social networking app Snapchat. Owned by Snap Inc., the

JCBA announces full Law 101 class schedule

Each year, the Jackson County Bar Association hosts a series of law-related lectures that are free, open to the public, and taught by judges and licensed lawyers. The JCBA’s 2017 class schedule is now available, and it includes topics ranging from family law and employment law to consumer rights and housing law. “Law 101 is

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