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Top Takeaways: January/February Journal of The Missouri Bar

For employment law practitioners and human resource professionals, a significant U.S. Supreme Court decision recently changed the game regarding religious workplace accommodations. Learn more about Groff v. DeJoy in this article by Kirk Davis. 

“Before I met my lawyer, I felt hopeless, and after I met my lawyer, I got that hope back.” Late last year, The Missouri Bar’s 2022-23 Leadership Academy launched a PSA campaign spotlighting the work of Missouri lawyers and the voices of real clients. Find out the motivation behind the project and watch the videos for yourself here. 

Why did you become a lawyer? That’s the question we posed to three Missouri Bar members in the Journal’s new “closing statements” feature. See their replies and share your own thoughts – you might be featured in our next issue! 

If you find Missouri’s attorney discipline system overwhelming, you’ll appreciate this guide and flow chart from the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel. Check it out here. 

Did you resolve to be more efficient – and less stressed – in 2024? Don’t miss our latest Management Matters article, which spotlights five techniques that can help you even better serve your clients.  

The Journal of The Missouri Bar is the official publication of The Missouri Bar. Published six times annually, the Journal carries substantive articles on timely legal issues, as well as regular columns, practice management articles, and features covering cutting-edge topics that are trending in the legal profession. Notices of Supreme Court of Missouri rule changes, upcoming meetings, continuing legal education programs, and more may also be found in each issue. Read the full January/February issue here.