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Kahn to Interview Irish Legal Thriller Author Steve Cavanagh

On March 1st, Michael A. Kahn, Capes Sokol attorney and award-winning author, will interview best-selling author Steve Cavanagh at a Meet Me Saint Louis program.

The event, sponsored by The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, is entitled, “SO YOU WANT TO BE AN AUTHOR?” and will discuss Steve Cavanagh’s latest legal thriller is THE PLEA.  In his “day job,” Mr. Cavanagh is an acclaimed Irish civil rights lawyer.

Meet Me Saint Louis is a non-for-profit speaker series presenting entertaining and educational speakers and authors in on-stage interviews and unique presentations. A portion of ticket sales from each event is donated to area non-profit groups/causes and/or research projects, while also giving voice to speakers’ national causes and foundations.

About the Event:

  • Take THE PLEA with Irish Civil Rights lawyer & best-selling author Steve Cavanagh, in conversation with St. Louis author and lawyer Michael A. Kahn talking about Cavanagh’s newly published book, THE PLEA. Share the path he took getting published; his ideas for incorporating the law and courtroom into his writing; stories of his most controversial courtroom cases, and legal practices in the U.K. Cavanagh and Kahn will also share their experiences writing legal thrillers as practicing lawyers and balancing careers and writing.
  • The event will take place from 4 – 6:40 pm in the upstairs Club Room at the Schlafly Tap Room on 2100 Locust Street.
  • For Additional information about the event, please visit the BAMSL event page.

ABOUT MICHAEL A. KAHN:

Mike concentrates his practice in copyright, trademark, First Amendment and media law, including libel and privacy rights. He is a widely recognized trial lawyer in the area of general commercial litigation, and regularly advises clients on a range of intellectual property matters.

For more information about Mike, please visit his profile.

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