Invite a Volunteer Attorney to Speak at Your Next Meeting
The law -- federal, state, and local -- affects the lives of all citizens. The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis Speakers Bureau is an excellent way to answer your group's questions about various laws and the legal system itself. It is through the law and the public's understanding about that law by which civilized society grows. A nation which does not understand its law is in difficulty.
The Speakers Bureau will make available to community groups a speaker, free of charge. This is a public service to acquaint individuals with the laws and legal processes governing their personal lives and work. Our speakers can address your group on any of the topics listed. We will also attempt to fill any other requests of special interest to your group. In most cases supplementary written materials will be provided as handouts.
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Business and Corporate Law
- The Courts
- Careers in Law
- Civil Liberties
- Communications (Media) and the Law
- Conflict Resolution
- Constitutional Law
- Consumer Protection
- Employee Rights
- Environmental Law
- Family Law
- Juvenile Law
- Legal Aid/Legal Services of Eastern Missouri
- Legal Rights of Women
- Starting a Small Business
- Missouri Non-Partisan Court Plan
- Patents, Trademarks or Copyrights
- Pension, Profit Sharing
- Probate Process
- Real Estate
- Small Claims Court
- Sports Law
- Trusts, Estate Planning and Living Wills
- Workers' Compensation
- Other law-related topics as requested.
How to Arrange for a Speaker
Attorneys are available to speak on a wide variety of topics, so please be as specific as possible when listing your choice below. At least two weeks advance notice is requested.
Contact Chris Deloge at firstname.lastname@example.org or (314) 421-4134 to arrange a speaker for your meeting and/or organization.