Missouri and Illinois Civil Rights Attorneys
People have a pretty good sense of whether they have been treated right or wrong. People have a sense in their stomach, they know it and they should call us. They should do something and we will help them.
Thomas E. Kennedy III has built a career fighting injustice and advocating for the rights of the marginalized. His commitment to improving systems that serve the poor and disabled is proven by his zealous advocacy for individuals with developmental disabilities, foster children, and minorities in the workplace.
Sarah Jane Hunt has experience representing plaintiffs in civil rights, employment and special education disputes. She also has extensive experience representing individuals in collective and class actions relating to unpaid wages and overtime under both the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and state wage and hour laws.
Althea joined the firm in 2009 as the firm’s office administrator. In addition to managing the day to day operations of the firm, Althea assists the attorneys and clients with their litigation support needs. She obtained a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida in 1993, where she majored in Legal Studies.
MaryAnne Quill graduated from St. Louis University School of Law in May 2018. During law school, MaryAnne pursued a concentration in health law and obtained a Certificate in Health Law from the St. Louis University School of Law Center of Health Law Studies in 2018. Prior to obtaining her law degree, MaryAnne graduated cum laude from Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.