Welcome to the Law Library Association of Saint Louis

Welcome to the Law Library Association of Saint Louis


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Join Us for Upcoming CLE Series - Programs Announced Through February

The Law Library Association continues its monthly continuing legal education (CLE) programs throughout 2020. 

Legal Research for the Non-Lawyer presentation

Library Director presents on Legal Research for the Non-Lawyer

On Tuesday August 13, 2019,  Library Director Gail Wechsler gave a presentation at the Saint Louis County Library, Headquarters location, on Legal Research 101:  A Guide for the Non-Lawyer.

Library Director and BAMSL staff with food donations

Food Drive with St. Louis Attorneys Against Hunger a Big Success

The Law Library Association again partnered with the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and its St. Louis Attorneys Against Hunger initiative on a summer food drive.

Bad Feminist

Legally Reading: Bad Feminist: Essays by Roxane Gay

The Law Library Association is pleased to announce the second year of its collaboration with Saint Louis Public Library on a book discussion group focused on works of legal fiction and non-fiction. Our next selection is "Bad Feminist: Essays" by Roxane Gay.


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Cannabis Law 101: Sorting Through the "Weed(s)"

A ballot initiative legalizing medical marijuana passed in Missouri in November of 2018. Learn what this change in the law means for you and your practice.  This program will help you understand Missouri's new medical marijuana industry and how to advise cannabis industry clients.  

Our speakers are Scott Levine and Jeffrey Wax of Aegis Law, an integrated professional services law firm that includes a practice in the area of cannabis law.

Alexandra Johnson, Esq.

Put the Oxygen Mask on First: Develop your Personal and Professional Estate/Succession Plan

Many excellent attorneys overlook succession planning and do not protect themselves and their loved ones with an estate plan. Others forget to plan how to maximize the value of their practice (and/or clients' businesses) for retirement and cashing out purposes, intergenerational transfers, and so forth. These gaps, however unintentional, create significant vulnerabilities in an attorney's life both at work and at home. Come learn about estate and business succession planning to put the oxygen mask on first.