JUSTICE FOR ALL BALL, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 29, 2020
Join Legal Services of Eastern Missouri for 30th Anniversary Event
ST. LOUIS – The 30th Anniversary Justice For All Ball will be held on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at the Ritz-Carlton in Clayton. The Justice For All Ball attracts more than 500 members of the legal community including Judges, Managing Partners, Senior Counsel and corporate counsel from the area’s largest firms and companies.
For the 30th Anniversary of the Justice For All Ball, Legal Services is returning to the Ritz-Carlton, the venue in 1991 for the first Justice For All Ball. In an additional nod to the 30th Anniversary, this year’s Honorary Chairs are Edna Mae Graham, who was the first Committee Chair in 1997, and Doreen Dodson who served as an Honorary Chair the same year.
The 2020 Leap-Year Day event features a classic cocktail party – black-tie optional – with gourmet banquet stations, an open bar, complimentary valet parking, a select silent auction and a variety of entertainers.
Paula Finlay (AT&T) and Priscilla Murray (Husch Blackwell) are the Ball Co-Chairs, with Tracy Tabb (Brown & James) as Auction Chair. Presenting Sponsorship is provided by Missouri Lawyers Weekly with Sustaining Sponsorship by Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, Supporting Sponsorship by Emerson and Thompson Coburn, and Contributing Sponsorship provided by: Armstrong Teasdale; The Association of Corporate Counsel – St. Louis; Blitz, Bardgett & Deutsch, L.C.; Brown & James, P.C.; Capes Sokol; Dowd Bennett; Gray, Ritter & Graham, P.C.; Husch Blackwell LLP; Newman Bronson & Wallis; Polsinelli PC; Stange Law Firm, PC; The Bar Plan Mutual Insurance Co.; and The Simon Law Firm, P.C.
Tickets are $250 per person with tables of ten available. Please visit www.lsem.org/justice-for-all-ball for more details or contact Louisa Gregory, Associate Director of Development at email@example.com or 314.256.8736.
About Legal Services of Eastern Missouri: Legal Services of Eastern Missouri has provided free civil legal help for low-income families for 64 years. In 2018 more than 30,000 people in 21 counties of eastern Missouri received services from four regional offices. For more information, please visit www.lsem.org.