Bill Corrigan to Receive Faculty-Alumni Award from Mizzou Alumni Association

October 11, 2019 Firm News

Armstrong Teasdale Litigation Partner Bill Corrigan has been selected for a Faculty-Alumni Award by the Mizzou Alumni Association. Begun in 1968, the awards recognize the achievements of faculty and alumni who, through their successes, have brought honor upon themselves and the University of Missouri. Alumni are evaluated particularly for their professional accomplishments and service to Mizzou.

An accomplished trial attorney, Corrigan has won a number of high-stakes, multimillion-dollar cases on behalf of his clients and has served as lead trial counsel in courts in Missouri, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska and Texas. A former president of The Missouri Bar, he is active in the community and the political arena, participating on a number of boards, and served as the Republican candidate for the 2010 election for St. Louis County Executive. He served as president of the Board of Trustees for the University of Missouri School of Law Foundation from 2012-2014, and was the commencement speaker for Mizzou Law in May 2004.

Corrigan will be honored along with other award recipients at a banquet and reception on Friday, Nov. 15, at the University of Missouri’s Donald W. Reynolds Alumni Center.