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Stinson Leonard Street LLP can trace its roots in the Kansas City area back to 1878 when Frank Rozelle founded the law firm Stinson, Mag & Fizzell.
Today, Stinson Leonard Street is a full service firm that provides sophisticated corporate, transactional and litigation legal services to clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to privately held companies and emerging businesses. We combine our national reach and depth of experience with a cost-effective approach to advise regional, national and international clients on critical legal and business issues. As one of the nation’s 100 largest law firms the firm serves clients from 13 offices across the Midwest, Mountain West, Southwest and Washington, D.C.
The firm has a longstanding commitment to pro bono legal service to our communities. We are proud of our partnership with Marlborough neighborhood in Kansas City. Attorneys at the firm formed a 501 (c)(3) organization to serve low-income clients in the neighborhood with a variety of legal needs, including family law, immigration, housing, government benefits, consumer and other issues.
Find out more at www.stinson.com.
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