Both Cynthia Garnholz and Kristen Sparks attended the 19th Annual Family Law Conference in Branson last week. Cynthia was a speaker at the conference. Cynthia Garnholz presented on Impasse Breaking Strategies in Mediation. Her co-presenters for the topic were Susan Amato of Amato Family Law, LLC and Nicole Pace of Pace Mediation.
On September 13, 2018, Kristen Sparks joined John Simon of The Simon Law Firm and Mike Dalton of O’Leary, Shelton, Corrigan, Peterson, Dalton & Quillin on the “How to Make the Most of your Summer” panel at Washington University School of Law. The panel offered law students advice on networking, maintaining contacts and getting involved
Kristen Sparks is excited to serve as an Adjunct Professor at Washington University School of Law this fall. She will be teaching Introduction to U.S. Laws and Methods.
On May 2, 2018, at the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis’s annual Law Day celebration, Kristen Sparks received an Award of Merit from the Young Lawyers Division. This award recognized Kristen’s contributions to the Young Lawyers Division during her 2017-2018 term on the executive board of the Young Lawyers Division. Kristen will continue to
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