Prior to joining the firm, Mary was an associate at Armstrong Teasdale practicing complex commercial and health care litigation. With appropriate oversight, she managed all aspects of the case, from discovery to selecting and consulting with experts. She was also involved in trials and arbitrations.
During law school, Mary was a student law clerk at the Missouri Supreme Court for the former Chief Justice Richard B. Teitelman, and for Richard C. Bresnahan through the Washington University Judicial Clerkship program.
While in law school, Mary also competed in the National Mock Trial program and co-chaired the Women’s Law Caucus Public Interest Auction, raising tens of thousands of dollars to provide grants to students engaging in nonprofit and public interest law. She was awarded the “Leader of Tomorrow Award” by Missouri Lawyers Weekly.
Mary continues to be passionate about supporting public interest causes. Mary also enjoys running, cycling, hiking and writing.