Education

  • USA&M Advanced Mediation Training
  • Civil Mediation Training
  • University of Missouri School of Law
  • Supplemental Mediation Training for the United States District Court, Eastern District of Missouri
  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, 1973, from Washington University
  • Juris Doctors degree, 1976, from St. Louis University School of Law
Jamison, Judge Michael T
Hon. Michael T. Jamison

Accomplishments

Michael T. Jamison retired as a Circuit Judge for the State of Missouri in December 2019 after twenty years on the bench. He is a mediator with United States Arbitration & Mediation. Mr. Jamison is an Adjunct Professor for St. Louis Community College and has taught Business Law, Employment Law, Contracts and Administrative Law, as well as Economics. Mr. Jamison previously served as Associate General Counsel in the Labor Law Section of the Legal Department of Anheuser-Busch Companies from 1994 to 1997. Mr. Jamison was employed as a Field Attorney, Trial Specialist with the National Labor Relations Board from 1976-1992, where he handled numerous unfair labor practice investigations and litigation. He was a senior associate with the Law Firm of Lashly & Baer, P.C. for two years after leaving the federal government. His practice consisted of labor and employment law, governmental law, and education law on behalf of the St. Louis Public Schools.

Affiliations

  • Supreme Court of Missouri and admitted
    before the Supreme Court of the United States
  • He has practiced before the National Labor Relations Board, the United States District Courts for the Eastern District of Missouri, and Southern and Central Districts of Illinois.
  • member and former President of the Mound City Bar Association
  • member of the Missouri Bar, the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, the St. Louis County Bar and the National Bar Association
  • former board member of the Bar Foundation of St. Louis
  • board member of the Betty Jean Kerr People’s Health Centers
  • board member of the Northside Youth and Senior Service Center, Inc.
  • member and former Justice for Phi Alpha Delta, legal fraternity, and was editor of the quarterly law student journal, BALSA Reports