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Missouri Municipal Attorneys Association
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Welcome to Missouri Municipal Attorneys Association
The Missouri Municipal Attorneys Association (MMAA) is an affiliated association of the Missouri Municipal League (MML), a voluntary, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization.
The MMAA is created primarily for the purpose of enhancing cooperation among and between municipal attorneys in the State of Missouri and establishing relationships with state and municipal officials, both elected and appointed.
2017-2018 MMAA OFFICERS
Joseph Lauber, President
Members will receive the monthly "Municipal Attorney’s Newsletter," announcements of meetings of municipal interest and can attend the Summer Seminar. Members may also join the "members only list serve” that allows members throughout the state to pose questions about municipal topics.
MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES: ( Annual Membership Dues: $45.00 (per attorney); Membership year runs from
June 1 – May 31.)
MMAA Full Membership
Every full-time or part-time appointed or elected municipal attorney and every full-time or part-time deputy municipal attorney, assistant municipal attorney, municipal prosecutor or assistant municipal prosecutor, by whatever title they may be designated, who represents as legal counsel, by appointment or contract, on a regular basis, any municipality that is a member of the MML, shall be eligible for Full Membership in the MMAA. Additionally, any full-time or part-time appointed or elected county counselor, and any full-time or part-time deputy or assistant county counselor, who represents as legal counsel, by appointment or contract, on a regular basis, any county that is a member of the MML, shall be eligible for Full Membership in the MMAA. Finally, any MML staff members who are duly admitted to practice law in the State of Missouri shall be eligible for Full Membership in the MMAA.
Any attorney admitted to practice law in the State of Missouri who serves as special counsel to a municipality, or who regularly practices in the area of municipal law, may become an Associate Member upon payment of dues and approval of the MMAA Board of Directors. All membership must be consistent with the purposes of this association.
Or you can Download the application to join MMAA or to renew your membership.
Click here for the MMAA Bylaws
View the MMAA News blog here.