A former two-term chief justice of the Missouri Supreme Court has joined the litigation practice of Clayton-based , the firm announced Thursday in a news release.
“Serving on the Missouri Supreme Court was a great honor, but I am excited about my return to an active trial practice,” Ray Price stated. “I’ll be a working lawyer, dealing with my clients’ problems and trying lawsuits from beginning to end.”
In his new role, Price will have offices in St. Louis, Kansas City and Jefferson City.
He served for 20 years on the high court beginning in 1992. Price previously worked for 14 years as a business litigation attorney in Kansas City. He also has served as president of the Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners and as a board member for Truman Medical Centers.
Price holds a law degree from the School of Law at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, VA; served as a Rockefeller Fellow at Yale Divinity School in New Haven, CT; and holds a bachelor's in religion from The University of Iowa in Iowa City.