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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

Popular Mini Law School program begins next week in Cape Girardeau

From estate planning and business transactions to child custody disputes and divorce, legal issues are at play in nearly every aspect of life. The more you know about the law, the easier it becomes to make good decision about your life, family and finances. Beginning Oct. 11, for the first time ever, The Missouri Bar

Constitutional law theme of upcoming Springfield Mini Law School lecture series

Have you ever considered going to law school? Do you have questions about the legal system? This fall, Mini Law School for the Public is back, and Springfield-area residents will have an opportunity to beef up on their law-related knowledge under the direction of area professors and professionals, including retired Supreme Court of Missouri Judge

Mini Law School: Missouri Sunshine Law and Access to the Courts under the First Amendment

Each year, The Missouri Bar collaborates with law schools and legal professionals from across the state to deliver Mini Law School for the Public courses. During these sessions, attendees can hear in-depth discussions about various law-related topics. This Public Podcast Series is an opportunity to hear recordings from the 2015 sessions. Missouri’s Sunshine Law mirrors

2016 Mini Law School in St. Louis begins March 23

Each year, The Missouri Bar hosts a Mini Law School for the Public in cooperation with Saint Louis University School of Law featuring lectures on current legal topics from law professors and Missouri judges and lawyers. The 2016 St. Louis courses begin March 23, and the line-up includes discussions on everything from wrongful convictions and

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