New Missouri Bar President Solo Lawyer From the Rural Ozarks
All lawyers who practice in Missouri must belong to The Missouri Bar. The organization's new president is a small-town lawyer who works as a solo practitioner in West Plains and Eminence.
He does everything from estate planning to family law, and his clients range from banks to criminal defendants.
Ray Williams was sworn in as president earlier this fall, and he stopped by our studios Wednesday to talk with KSMU’s Jennifer Moore.
You can hear the interview below.