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Megan Sterchi Lammert Recognized With Bar Association Merit Award

April 18, 2019 | Megan Sterchi Lammert

The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis (BAMSL) has selected Megan Sterchi Lammert as one of five attorneys to receive the 2018-2019 Young Lawyers Division Award of Merit, which recognizes BAMSL Young Lawyers Division members for their service to the division.

BAMSL’s Young Lawyers Division includes lawyers who are 36 years old or younger or who are within five years of their first bar admission. Among other activities, BAMSL members perform service projects for those in need in the St. Louis community. Lammert is the 2018-2019 Young Lawyers Division Service Committee Chair.

“I am honored to receive this award,” said Megan Sterchi Lammert. “I enjoy my participation in the Young Lawyers Division, and have found my involvement with the service committee particularly rewarding.”

In addition to her involvement with BAMSL’s Young Lawyers Division, Lammert is a member of the Defense Research Institute’s Young Lawyers Committee, the Lawyers Association of St. Louis, and the Women’s Lawyers’ Association of Greater St. Louis.

BAMSL will recognize winners of the Young Lawyers Division Award of Merit at the 2019 Law Day and BAMSL Annual Meeting on May 2 at the Missouri Athletic Club in Downtown St. Louis.

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