Success for SLU LAW Alumni on Election Day

November 6, 2014

The 2014 election season was a successful one for several SLU LAW graduates who were elected to public office or retained in their judgeships. 

Below is a list of election winners and judges retained among our alumni. Congratulations to all!

Elected Officials

Joe Keaveny – Missouri State Senate

Steve Stenger – St. Louis County Executive

Bob McCulloch – St. Louis County Prosecutor

Mike Colona – Missouri State Representative

John Diehl – Missouri State Representative

Judges Elected or Retained

Honorable Ellen Ribaudo – Assoc. Circuit Judge

Honorable Patrick Clifford – Assoc. Circuit Judge

Honorable John Warner, Jr. – Circuit Judge

Honorable Robert Cohen – Circuit Judge

Honorable Steven Goldman – Circuit Judge

Honorable Chris McGraugh – Assoc. Circuit Judge

Honorable Stephen McGlynn – Circuit Judge

Honorable Theresa Counts Burke – Assoc. Circuit Judge

Honorable Judge Patricia Joyce – Circuit Judge

Honorable Martin Siemer – Circuit Judge

If you notice anyone missing from this list, please contact lawcommunications@slu.edu and we’ll make the update.

 

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