University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law,
St. Olaf College,
B.A., Political Science and Religion, cum laude, 2017
Thompson Coburn LLP;
Sam is an associate in the Firm's banking and commercial Finance group. He primarily works on lender side acquisition deals, but also has experience in bank regulatory matters, bankruptcy, mortgage repurchase facilities, and beverage financing.
Sam earned his law degree from the University of Missouri School of law, Columbia and his bachelor's degree in political science, cum laude, from St. Olaf College. He served as an associate editor for the Missouri Law Review. Samuel earned the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for earning the highest grade in several of his law courses.
While in law school, Sam was an intern to the Honorable Judge Patricia Breckenridge of the Missouri Supreme Court and to the Honorable Judge Daniel C. Moreno of the Hennepin County Courthouse Fourth Judicial District. He also completed an internship with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources General Counsel's Office conducting research and drafting proposed internal policies and Missouri State Park regulations.
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