March 2021 #YourMOLaw month in review
This month’s review kicks off with an overview of The Missouri Bar Citizenship Education department’s joint Street Law Workshop for teachers across Missouri: Street Law workshop provides Missouri teachers with constitutional instruction, timely classroom materials.
On March 9, the bar published a brief FAQ by Roger Dyer with Mid-Missouri Legal Services on What you should know about the federal eviction moratorium. This article was updated March 30 to reflect the extension of the moratorium until June 30, 2021.
Two Missourians were recently appointed to vacancies on the Judicial Performance Review Committee. This committee assesses the performance of judges of the Supreme Court of Missouri, the Court of Appeals and each judicial circuit whose judges are selected through the Missouri Non-Partisan Court Plan. Read more here: Soper and Holiman appointed to Judicial Performance Review Committee.
For individuals interested in submitting articles to The Missouri Bar’s blog, a quick resource was created to help would-be authors. If you would like to learn more, read Submitting articles to MoBarNews.
In addition, the bar’s most recent public blog post answers the question What should I do if my lawyer is incapacitated and unable to practice law?
Check back at the end of next month for #YourMOLaw news from April.