Schedule announced for St. Louis Mini Law School for the Public

This fall, St. Louis-area residents will once again have the opportunity to learn more about legal topics and how they affect day-to-day life. The Missouri Bar’s popular Mini Law School for the Public lecture series is back, with courses set to take place at the St. Louis County Government Complex in Clayton.

During the six-week series, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from lawyers and judges who will discuss a range of law-related topics, including how our courts work along with your right to a jury trial and the importance of jury service. Participants will also learn about business law basics and how to be a good neighbor when it comes to property rights and landlord-tenant law. The courses will also explore class action lawsuits, and attendees will learn from law librarians about locally available legal resources. Lectures will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. each Wednesday, starting Sept. 20 and ending Oct. 25. A $35 registration fee covers all six classes, course materials and light refreshments.

As always, there are no tests and no homework – just an opportunity to learn from judges and lawyers in a relaxed environment and walk away with valuable knowledge that will help you better understand the laws that impact our daily lives and better appreciate our legal system.

Registration is available online or by calling 866-366-0270. See the full course schedule at

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