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A former general counsel and certified public accountant (CPA), Sally offers clients well-rounded, strategic guidance that goes beyond standard legal counsel.

Sally brings an inside perspective to her understanding of clients’ businesses, and clients appreciate that she speaks their language. She offers solutions that advance the big picture and client goals, while never losing track of the details.  

Sally is a persuasive counselor who demonstrates good judgment with difficult issues, and her practical approach reassures clients that she is considering all sides of a matter. Her pragmatic methods offer business-oriented solutions in many areas of corporate law, including acquisitions, buyouts, contracts and loan agreements.

Sally’s experience spans hiring local counsel for assistance in foreign jurisdictions, reviewing contracts for intellectual property (IP) issues, running shareholder meetings and leading legal teams. Her counsel is sought in many areas of corporate law, corporate governance, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and stock exchange matters, compliance and commercial transactions.




  • J.D., Washington University in St. Louis School of Law
    • Order of the Coif
    • Law Quarterly, Executive Articles Editor
  • B.S.B.A.,
    • magna cum laude
    • Business/Accounting


  • Missouri

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, Securities Chair, 2020-21
  • The Missouri Bar
  • Served as general counsel of publicly traded global leader in the manufacturing and sale of silicon wafers with numerous foreign subsidiaries. Handled initial public offerings of shares and two follow-on offerings, compliance with securities laws and U.S. and Singapore corporate regulations, and acquisition by Korean corporation.
  • Served as general counsel of publicly traded building products distributor, including corporate and securities compliance.

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