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Mini Law School for the Public: The Second Amendment

The more you know about the laws that affect you, the easier it is to make good decisions about your life, your family and your finances. 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

Supreme Court commission asking St. Louis-area residents for feedback on juvenile courts

The Supreme Court of Missouri’s Commission on Racial and Ethnic Fairness will hold a public feedback session Aug. 26 in St. Louis to gain the public’s input into Missouri’s juvenile justice system. All community members are invited to attend this session, which will focus on: Listening to ideas, experiences or recommendations from the public; and

Mini Law School for the Public: Estate Planning Benefits and Risks

The more you know about the laws that affect you, the easier it is to make good decisions about your life, your family and your finances. 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

Mini Law School for the Public: The First Amendment

The more you know about the laws that affect you, the easier it is to make good decisions about your life, your family and your finances. 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

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

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

St. Louis lawyers recognized for legal article

Each year, the Journal of The Missouri Bar’s editorial board presents the W. Oliver Rasch Award to recognize the authors of outstanding substantive works appearing in its pages. This year, Jeffrey Schultz and William M. Corrigan Jr., a past president of The Missouri Bar, took home the prize at The Missouri Bar Foundation and Public

Missouri Bar honors two with civic education awards

During The Missouri Bar Constitution Day Program, Sept. 16, 2016, in St. Louis, The Missouri Bar awarded two citizens for their continued contributions to civic and citizenship education in the state. Tim Gore of HEC-TV in St. Louis received the Warren H. Solomon Civic Virtue Award for his exemplary service to civic education. Gore has

Memorial sculpture at Civil Courts Building to commemorate legal effort to free slaves

From the time of the Louisiana Purchase until the Emancipation Proclamation 57 years later, approximately 400 slaves filed suits in Missouri courts to demand their freedom, assisted by lawyers working without pay. Of course, it was a great challenge for a slave to get to court, but once there, they had a legal precedent on

Mini Law School: Municipal Courts Reform Efforts

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. The shooting of Michael

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