The St. Louis County Circuit Court is comprised of twenty-one (21) Circuit Judges, fourteen (14) Associate Circuit Judges and eight (8) Commissioners. Each judge and commissioner is assigned to a specific division, except for the Probate Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner.
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Honorable Jeffrey P. Medler
Associate Circuit Judge, Division 37
Jeffrey P. Medler was appointed Associate Circuit Court Judge in October, 2020 by Governor Michael Parson.
He received his B.A. in Economics and Philosophy from Boston College in 1991 and his law degree from St. Louis University School of Law in 1994.
Before his appointment to the bench, Judge Medler was the founding partner of his law firm, Medler & Roither, LLC, then Medler, Karsten & Bridges LLC. His firm handled many different areas of the law including domestic, criminal, civil litigation and estate planning. He was frequently appointed by the Court to be a Guardian ad Litem representing children in domestic/family law matters.
He was awarded the Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year in 2004 by the St. Louis County Bar Association.
Judge Medler lives in St. Louis County with his family.
Division 37 uses video conference technology for all matters, including all hearings, bench trials, case management conferences, and motion arguments.
To appear virtually in Division 37, click here: https://mocourts.webex.com/meet/vcdiv37mtg
Additional WebEx information:
Meeting number for Division 37: 146-513-4852
Call in number for Division 37: 1-408-418-9388
If parties and/or attorneys are having difficulties connecting or need to schedule a matter in Division 37 you contact the Division 37 clerk at (314) 615-1537.
The court strongly urges all parties to use a device that will allow them to be visible to the court. There are public computer stations available at the courthouse in Clayton which have video capabilities. In addition, there is a satellite branch of the St. Louis County Circuit Court at the Crossings at Northwest Plaza where you can also find public computer stations with video capabilities.
You and/or your attorney will be able to participate by using a laptop or computer with a webcam or your smart phone to access the hearing. You must use a device which will allow you to be visible to the court. Above is the information you will need to join the meeting. Before entering the meeting, you must type in your full name before you can join the hearing. Please join the hearing at least 5 minutes before the designated time in that the virtual hearing time slots are for a specific period of time. Please mute your microphone upon entry to the meeting.
For rules regarding video conferencing appearances and hearings in St. Louis County, please review Administrative Order 43
RECORDING IS PROHIBITED
Recording or creating images of any portion of Court proceedings is strictly prohibited by the Missouri Supreme Court, by Local Rule 9.5, and by standing Order of this Division.
*To file exhibits for trials in Division 37 please send to: email@example.com