STINSON WELCOMES NEW ASSOCIATE TO KANSAS CITY OFFICE

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STINSON WELCOMES NEW ASSOCIATE TO KANSAS CITY OFFICE

(Kansas City, Mo.) October 16, 2013 – Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP announces the addition of Ashley Hawkinson to the firm’s Kansas City, Mo. office. Hawkinson joins the firm as an associate in the Business Litigation Division.

As part of the Business Litigation Division, Hawkinson joins more than 100 litigators focused on trying jury and bench trials in a multitude of subject areas. Prior to joining Stinson, Hawkinson was an associate at Polsinelli, where she handled numerous asbestos cases at all phases of the litigation process.

Hawkinson received her B.A. from the University of Saint Thomas in 2006, and earned her J.D. from Washburn University in 2010. While there, she served as executive editor of the Washburn Law Journal.

About Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP is one of the country’s largest law firms with more than 325 attorneys representing clients nationwide in a full range of transactional and litigation matters. The firm has 10 offices across the U.S., including Kansas City, St. Louis and Jefferson City, Mo.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Denver, Colo.; Washington, D.C.; Omaha, Neb.; Overland Park and Wichita, Kan.; and Decatur, Ill.

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Contact: Amanda Bowling, Marketing Communications Manager, abowling@stinson.com, 816.691.3478

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