Law Library Association of St. Louis

Law Library Association of St. Louis-Where members of the bench, bar and public come for top quality programs and legal research tools

Where members of the bench, bar and public come for top quality programs and legal research tools.



Join Us for Upcoming CLE Programs

Find out more about our CLE series and sign up today for upcoming programs.

Exhibit Signage

Slavery in St. Louis and The Freedom Suits

Join us to see two connected exhibits focused on slavery. Slavery in St. Louis is a traveling exhibit created by the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site. The Freedom Suits is an exhibit created for the Law Library Association by the Missouri State Archives.

Poster for "The Milly Project"

Join Us for a Special Juneteenth event

Join us for a screening of “The Milly Project,” an award-winning film adaptation of a play that tells the true story of an enslaved women named Milly Sawyers who fought for and legally won her freedom in Springfield, MO before the Civil War. This special Juneteeth event is co-sponsored by the Law Library Association of St. Louis and the Freedom Suits Memorial Foundation.

Cover of "Poverty, by America"

Legally Reading Book Discussion: Poverty, by America by Matthew Desmond

The U.S. has more poverty than any other advanced democracy. Why? Matthew Desmond offers a new and bracing answer: Poverty in America persists because the rest of us benefit from it.


Michael Downey, Esq.

Annual Legal Ethics Update

Learn more about the latest court decisions, rule changes and other updates on legal ethics at our Annual Legal Ethics Update.

Our speaker is Michael Downey, Esq. of the Downey Law Group. Michael regularly represents lawyers, their clients, judges, and other professionals in high stakes and complex civil litigation and disciplinary proceedings. Michael also serves as outside general counsel to numerous law firms. He is a recognized expert on the topic of legal ethics and presents programs regularly on this topic. 

Professor Morgan Hazelton, Esq.

Preview of the 2024-25 U.S. Supreme Court Term

What hot button and high-profile cases will be coming before the U.S. Supreme Court when the new term begins on October 7? Find out at this timely CLE.