Daniel R. Schramm is a solo practice lawyer concentrating in the areas of appellate advocacy, including state and federal appeals, research projects, trial briefs, business law, corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, estate planning, wills, trusts, business succession planning and wealth preservation. Mr. Schramm has an "AV Preeminent" Peer Review rating from Martindale Hubbell. Mr. Schramm also has been awarded Martindale Hubbell's "Preeminent" Client Review Rating. Mr. Schramm teaches appellate advocacy as an Assistant Adjunct Professor at Saint Louis University School of Law. He also teaches business law at Maryville University. The most unique aspect of Mr. Schramm's law practice is his commitment to preparing persuasive written briefs and oral arguments. Visit the Reported Cases section of his Company Website for a list of some of his more favorable appellate court decisions. Sample briefs and articles have been posted on JD Supra.
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American University, Washington College of Law
Professional Associations & Memberships
Member, Missouri Bar, Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, American Bar Association, Legal Writing Institute
Honors and Awards
Awarded "AV Preeminent" Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell; also awarded Martindale Hubbell's "Preeminent" Client Review Rating. Coached five Saint Louis University teams who qualified to compete in the National Moot Court Competition final rounds in New York City. Two of those teams made it to the National Semi-finals.