Jami L. Boyles Receives Women’s Justice Award from Missouri Lawyers Media

On Tuesday, August 25, 2020, Chief Administrative Officer Jami L. Boyles received the Corporate Award at the Women's Justice Awards. Missouri Lawyers Media's 22nd annual Women's Justice Awards celebrated the contributions of women in the legal profession. The ceremony honored 52 women, including judges, in-house counsel, legal scholars, and private practitioners from around the state, as well as outstanding students at Missouri law schools.

To read more about the awards, click under "Resources" below.

Jami works closely with the Firm's Management Committee, attorneys, and department supervisors to ensure the Firm's employment needs are met and systems are working so that the Firm can efficiently and effectively meet the varying needs of our clients. Not only is she a proactive Human Resources business partner with strong collaboration, communication, and influencing skills, but she is an experienced employment lawyer. Her extensive background in employment law, labor relations, compliance, employee relations, and Affirmative Action issues allows Jami to lead the Firm in business and employment matters in a consistent and strategic way.

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