Sunday, July 11, 2010

Inner city activists, right-wing lawyer, paralyzed football player win in Judge Dierker’s court, courtesy of St. Louis Business Journal

"An eclectic group of lawyers came together for a hallway meeting at the St. Louis Circuit Courthouse last fall. One is a fighter of inner city blight designations. Another is a left-leaning black activist who once shut down Interstate 70 during a protest with the Rev. Al Sharpton. A third is a white right-winger on the board of the conservative Show-Me Institute. A fourth is a paralyzed former football player who sued the producers of Donald Trump’s NBC show “The Apprentice” to ensure disabled contestants would be considered."  Read more>>

Eric E. Vickers is an attorney, activist and former chief of staff for state Senator Jamilah Nasheed.

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