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2021
September
22,
2021
| 11:45 AM America/Chicago
Missouri Bar 2020-21 President John Gunn recognized Athena Dickson, Whittney Dunn, Mischa Buford Epps, and Erica Mynarich with this year’s President’s Awards for their contributions to helping lawyers even better serve their clients. Given by the pre...
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September
08,
2021
| 11:20 AM America/Chicago
The Joint Commission on Women in the Profession of the Supreme Court of Missouri and The Missouri Bar will offer a free virtual continuing legal education program this month to provide practical information to women who aspire to become judges. “Clos...
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August
11,
2021
| 08:23 AM America/Chicago
Sarah Bardol received the Tom Cochran Community Service Award for hosting and organizing numerous community service projects in the state. Presented by The Missouri Bar Young Lawyers’ Section, the Tom Cochran Community Service Award recognizes a bar ...
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August
06,
2021
| 10:02 AM America/Chicago
Rebecca L. Leonard received this year’s Roger P. Krumm Family Law Award for her dedication to improving the practice of family law. The Family Law Section of The Missouri Bar presents the annual award to a family law lawyer who has shown a high level...
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May
20,
2021
| 09:04 AM America/Chicago
Mischa Buford Epps, executive director of The Missouri Bar, was honored with the 2021 Sly James Diversity and Inclusion Award for her efforts in the legal community. The award highlights members of the Kansas City area legal community for their diver...
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April
01,
2021
| 10:39 AM America/Chicago
The Missouri Bar Board of Governors appointed six lawyers in March to serve on the Joint Commission on Women in the Profession. Lynne Bratcher, Mollie G. Mohan, Christa B. Moss, Thomas K. Neill, Dawn M. Parsons, and Kristen Paulsmeyer will serve on t...
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March
08,
2021
| 13:41 PM America/Chicago
Since July 2013, the Joint Commission on Women in the Profession has worked to eliminate barriers that exist for women in law by opposing bias in the justice system and helping secure the full participation of women in a profession that is mostly mal...
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2020
November
19,
2020
| 09:27 AM America/Chicago
Earlier this year, the Appointments Committee of The Missouri Bar Board of Governors sought applications for a vacancy on the Intervention Committee. Recently, Patricia “Tricia” K. Susi was selected for this role. As a member of the Intervention Comm...
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November
17,
2020
| 10:24 AM America/Chicago
The Joint Commission on Women in the Profession was formed in 2013 by order of the Supreme Court of Missouri and in conjunction with The Missouri Bar. The commission is charged with assessing the status of women in the profession, identifying barrier...
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November
13,
2020
| 07:15 AM America/Chicago
The Joint Commission on Women in the Profession was formed in 2013 by order of the Supreme Court of Missouri and in conjunction with The Missouri Bar. The commission is charged with assessing the status of women in the profession, identifying barrier...
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March
11,
2020
| 12:04 PM America/Chicago
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri judiciary today released a report detailing its first comprehensive study of gender, race and ethnicity, and age of Missouri judiciary employees. Click here for Diversity and Inclusion in the Missouri Judiciary. ...
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March
05,
2020
| 19:06 PM America/Chicago
"After a comprehensive search process, the board is pleased to have found the best individual to lead our bar," said Tom Bender, 2019-20 president of The Missouri Bar. "Mischa has a history of being successful both as an attorney and in leadership ar...
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2019
December
07,
2019
| 16:22 PM America/Chicago
“Alright, I’ll go in there for Dorothy. Wicked Witch or no Wicked Witch. Guards or no guards, I’ll tear ‘em apart. There’s just one thing I want you guys to do . . . Talk me out of it.”  – The Cowardly Lion As I reflect on nearly a decade of se...
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