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Justin R. Harmon

Senior Associate | justin@municipalfirm.com

Practice Areas

Municipal Law

Land Use Law

Governmental Litigation

Bar Admissions

Missouri

Education

J.D.,University of Missouri - Kansas City, cum laude, 2009

B.A., Rockhurst University, cum laude, 2003

Justin R. Harmon is a senior associate attorney with Cunningham, Vogel & Rost, P.C. He represents the firm's municipal clients in land use law and general municipal issues.

Justin received his B.A. in History and Secondary Education, cum laude, from Rockhurst University in Kansas City in 2003.

 

Justin earned his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Law in 2009, where he received numerous awards including CALI Awards for excellence in Evidence, Secured Transactions, Family Law, and Alternate Dispute Resolution. He was also awarded the Thomas Deacy Memorial Trial Practice Award for excellence on the school's Trial Advocacy Competition Team, and was inducted into the Order of Barristers.

 

Prior to joining the firm, Justin spent more than 8 years at the St. Louis City Counselor's Office, the legal department for the City of St. Louis. While working as an Assistant City Counselor, Justin represented the legal interests of the City in matters including ordinance revision and drafting, municipal court proceedings, administrative hearings, and trials.

Professional Affiliations

  • The Missouri Bar

  • Missouri Municipal Attorneys Association

Selected Lectures and Presentations

  • High Time to Know about Medical Marijuana Zoning Issues, with E. Seele, Municipal Officials Training Academy, September 2019

  • Special Tax Bills, Collections, and Liens, Missouri Municipal Attorneys Association, July 2019

  • Resolve to Solve: Effective Identification and Abatement of Nuisance/Problem Property Issues, Municipal Officials Training Academy, January 2019