Speakers Bureau

Members of the St. Louis County Judicial Speakers Bureau are available to speak to elementary, middle and high school groups, universities, town hall meetings, churches and civic organizations on a wide range of topics, at no charge. Please send us your request at least three weeks in advance, and let us know how long you would like the judge to speak.

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Complimentary guided tours of the St. Louis County Courthouse are available during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) on weekdays only.  For more information on guided tours, please click below.

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News Releases

November 10, 2017 – Municipal Court Reform is Focus of Day-long Workshop in Ferguson

November 10, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Municipal Court Reform is Focus of Day-long Workshop in Ferguson Nearly 250 Judges, Clerks and Legal Experts Share Best Practices to Achieve Minimum Operating Standards, Restore Public Confidence in Courts Ferguson, MO – Nov. 10, 2017 – Nearly 250 municipal court clerks, court administrators and judges gathered in Ferguson last week for an educational workshop designed to help St. Louis County’s 77 municipal divisions comply with mandatory minimum state operating standards promulgated by the Missouri Supreme Court. Held on the campus of Florissant Valley Community College, the workshop was led and organized by St. Louis County Presiding…

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St. Louis County Family Court Receives Equality and Social Justice Award for Collaboration on Alternatives to Juvenile Detention

March 22, 2017

Expanded partnerships with schools, law enforcement and advocacy groups can help more children stay in school, on track and out of the court system CLAYTON, MO – March 22, 2017 – The St. Louis County Family Court will receive a “What’s Right with the Region” award from FOCUS St. Louis for its commitment to improving racial equality and promoting racial justice for juveniles. The Family Court provides a wide array of legal and social support services for children and families in the metropolitan region, handling more juvenile cases than any other circuit in the state of Missouri. The Court’s Juvenile…

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