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Co-founding a startup during undergrad provided Sam invaluable business experience.

Gaining almost two years of experience in a startup company before law school ultimately shaped the kind of law career that Sam decided to build. Understanding client needs from a personal vantage point builds trust and is a key factor to a successful attorney-client relationship, and Sam knows his own experiences will help him provide valuable insight to his clients and his colleagues.

Although he comes from a family of lawyers, Sam’s law career was not predetermined. Despite envisioning himself in finance while studying economics, Sam’s startup experience propelled him into law. Sam knew he was well-equipped to advise clients in a way that would be most beneficial to their goals and aspirations.



  • J.D., University of Illinois College of Law
    • cum laude
    • Elder Law Journal, editor
  • B.S., Southern Illinois University
    • cum laude


  • Missouri
Outside the Office

Samuel enjoys exploring urban preservation in St. Louis, golf, cooking and craft beer.