Steven Harmon reappointed to ABA House of Delegates
The Missouri Bar Board of Governors has reappointed Steven Harmon as a delegate to the ABA House of Delegates.
Established in 1936, the House of Delegates is the policy-making body of the American Bar Association and provides a connection between the American Bar Association and the several state and local bar associations. It exists to help ascertain the informed national opinion of the legal profession for the development of recommended standards and the orderly development of federal law and the state laws on subjects of nationwide aspect.
“The ABA House of Delegates is a very prestigious organization, and being asked to serve is quite an honor,” Harmon said. “The things I enjoy most about serving […] are being able to effect change in policy; travel; meeting other attorneys and judges from around the country; learning new law and trends in the numerous CLEs; and networking.”
Harmon practices municipal government, school, and employment law in St. Louis.
Learn more about the House of Delegates here.