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Transactional Law

By Mitchell Kempker ’07 I never wanted to be a lawyer.  During my childhood, my mom worked for the Missouri Attorney General’s Office.  I saw lawyers sitting in offices and drafting briefs all day.  It looked miserable.  (Although my best law school grade was the appellate brief, I was right.  It was miserable.)  So when  Continue Reading »

October 28 – November 1

Monday, October 28th at Mizzou Law, starts a week full of interesting activities.  Students will have an opportunity to join Professor English’s Estates & Trusts class on Monday for a special event “Estate Planning and Elder Law Careers“.   Take advantage of the event to hear three top-notch estate planning and elder law attorneys speak about their practices; Rudy Beck, ’74, Andrew  Continue Reading »

Transactional Real Estate Law

By Troy A. Rule, Associate Professor of Law Almost every successful company needs physical space in which to operate.  Consequently, businesses of all kinds are routinely engaged in buying, selling, developing, or leasing real property.  Whether the space involved is a small warehouse or a towering office building, such transactions typically require the involvement of  Continue Reading »