Bridget Hoy Featured in St. Louis Business Journal

Lewis Rice member Bridget Hoy discussed her career trajectory, how her time in the U.S. Air Force influenced her perspective on the law, and how she honors her values in her law career, in a St. Louis Character profile in the St. Louis Business Journal.

As Vice-Chairman of the Lewis Rice Diversity & Inclusion Committee and President of the Women Lawyers' Association of Greater St. Louis, Bridget is committed to supporting inclusivity in the legal profession. As a litigator, Bridget passionately navigates her clients through contract, consumer fraud, personal injury, trademark, patent, and other legal issues to successful outcomes, regularly including trial of multi-million dollar matters.

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