Thomas L. Stewart
Professor Stewart is the Director of Trial Advocacy, Clinical Professor of Law at the Saint Louis University School of Law. Professor Stewart joined the full-time teaching faculty at Saint Louis University in August of 2009, where he served as an Adjunct Professor of Law for thirteen years. Prior to joining the faculty full time, Professor Stewart was a trial lawyer representing both plaintiffs and defendants in products liability, medical negligence, and toxic torts cases. He was the 1997 recipient of the Missouri Bar’s Lon O. Hocker Award for excellence in trial advocacy. Professor Stewart has been a guest lecturer and has taught trial advocacy for The Missouri Attorney General’s Office, Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, Missouri Bar’s Trial College and Washington University MBA Programs. Professor Stewart is on the teaching faculty of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA). He is also on the teaching faculty for The Missouri Judicial College where he gives an update on Missouri Evidence each year. In addition, he has served as a mediator in over 250 cases.
- Missouri Bar
- Director of Trial Advocacy, Clinical Professor of Law at the Saint Louis University School of Law
- B.S. Southeast Missouri State University, 1982
- J.D., Saint Louis University, 1986
- Missouri, 1986
- Illinois, 1987
- 1997 recipient of the Missouri Bar’s Lon O. Hocker Award
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