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Extensive experience in debate has prepared Apurva for a career in commercial litigation.

Apurva found herself drawn to the rigorous coursework and activities that would prepare her for law school. She became a member of Vanderbilt University’s policy debate team and shone as a two-time district debate champion and a 10-time policy debate finalist, earning the National Forensic League Degree of Superior Distinction.

In law school, she focused her efforts outside the classroom on Moot Court, becoming executive director of the Iowa University College of Law Moot Court Board. She was also named the Stephenson Director of the Trial Advocacy Board.

The work Apurva poured into these activities laid a strong foundation for her work in commercial litigation. Very much a people person, Apurva is glad to be back in the office. She says the ability to be part of a team and bounce ideas off colleagues is one of the most appealing parts of her work.



  • J.D., University of Iowa College of Law
    • Moot Court Board, Executive Director
    • Trial Advocacy Board, Stephenson Director
    • Organization for Women Law Students and Staff, Administrator & Mentor
    • American Constitution Society, Vice President
    • Journal of Corporation Law, Student Writer
  • B.A., Vanderbilt University
    • Lambda Pi Eta Communications Honor Society


  • Missouri
Outside the Office

Apurva loves all things crafty, including woodworking and art. She is currently creating all of the artwork for her new apartment in Kansas City.

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