Capes Sokol Welcomes New Business & Real Estate Associate
The law firm of Capes Sokol is pleased to announce that Brian T. Stachowski has joined the firm as an Associate. Brian is a May 2019 graduate of Saint Louis University Law School and was sworn into the Missouri Bar earlier today.
Brian T. Stachowski
Brian T. Stachowski will focus his practice on a variety of business and real estate matters, including commercial and real estate transactions, business entity formations, and mergers & acquisitions. Brian joined the firm as a Summer Associate in 2018 and continued working with the firm as a Law Clerk throughout his 3L year.
“An experienced archaeologist with several digs under his belt, Brian brings inquisitiveness, maturity, and attention to detail that will serve our clients well,” said John S. Meyer, Jr., Capes Sokol Shareholder. “We are fortunate to welcome this bright and dedicated lawyer to the Capes Sokol team.”
During law school, Brian served as a law clerk to the Honorable Robert H. Dierker, Jr. of the 22nd Judicial Circuit Court in Missouri. He also served as a legal extern for a midwestern convenience store chain through the SLU Law Corporate Externship Program. In addition, he worked as a research fellow for one of his professors and was a Managing Editor of the Teaching Edition of the 2018-19 Saint Louis University Law Journal. A member of the Dean’s List, Brian was a member of the SLU Law Federalist Society, SLU Law Business Law Association, and the SLU Law Tax Club.
Brian received his law degree from Saint Louis University School of Law in 2019. From Troy, Illinois, Brian graduated from Central Bible College with a Bachelor of Arts in Hebrew Bible and received his Master of Arts in Archaeology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
About Capes Sokol
Capes Sokol is a St. Louis-based law firm focusing on corporate and real estate matters; business, commercial, intellectual property and product liability litigation; tax litigation and controversy; white collar and other criminal defense matters; trusts and estates; entertainment and media; and digital currency and blockchain technology matters.
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