St. Louis, MO

600 Washington Avenue
Suite 2500
St. Louis, MO 63101
(314) 444-7600
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St. Louis Roots

Lewis Rice is a sophisticated, hometown law firm founded more than a century ago in downtown St. Louis. Our lawyers have graduated from more than 75 different colleges and universities from across the nation – all of them working here in the Midwest and committed to serving our local businesses and community members. Our main office is still located downtown, with additional satellite offices across the state to best serve clients.

We treasure our St. Louis roots and consider it our responsibility to be vital members of the neighborhoods and communities we serve. We recruit heavily from the local law schools and give generously to local organizations like the United Way. Our lawyers serve on numerous boards of nonprofit organizations in town because we understand that real and lasting success comes when you invest in your community. Service to civic and charitable organizations is a part of the culture of our firm and we are committed to making St. Louis a more productive place for all.

Parking Instructions for the Downtown, St. Louis Office

Validated parking is available for clients in the Seventh Street Garage. The entrance to the garage is on the east side of Seventh Street, between Locust and Washington Ave. Lewis Rice Visitor Parking is located just inside the garage, immediately to the right after passing by the parking ticket machine and parking attendant booth. Visitor spaces are marked with a red sign. Please take the garage elevators designated for 600 Washington, located in the northeastern section of the garage, to access the 600 Washington building lobby. Once in the lobby, you will be directed to the 600 Washington Tower elevator bank, which services our suite on the 25th floor. Click here to view our visitor information guide.

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