Blair Bopp, Attorney at Law
Blair is a native St. Louisian and attended the University of Missouri for both college and law school. Prior to completing her Juris Doctor degree, she obtained bachelor degrees in both Political Science and Psychology, as well as a minor in Sociology. She was active in Greek life and Big Brothers Big Sisters, in addition to serving as a justice on the University’s Judicial Peer Advisory Council.
During law school, Blair served on the editorial board of the Missouri Law Review. In 2015, she was honored to have a case note she authored selected for publication. She spent time between classes clerking at a criminal defense firm, as well as teaching Business Law in the Trulaske School of Business. During an internship with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, she became the first law student to argue a motion in federal court in the Southern District of Missouri. During her final semester, Blair was nominated and chosen to attend a conference at the United Nations as a non-partisan delegate.
After graduating from law school, Blair worked as an Assistant Prosecutor in Greene County, Missouri. She joined Traffic Law Center as an associate after moving back to St. Louis to be close to family and friends.
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