Kendall M. Reeves

Practice Areas

Municipal Law

Land Use Law

Public Finance Law

Bar Admissions





J.D., L.L.M. Washington University School of Law, 2018

L.L.M., University of Edinburgh, 2013

B.A., University of Georgia, 2011

Kendall M. Reeves is an associate attorney with Cunningham, Vogel & Rost, P.C. She represents the firm’s municipal clients in land use law and general municipal issues. Kendall serves as the City Attorney of the City of Louisiana.

Kendall received her B.A. in International Affairs from the University of Georgia and an L.L.M in International Law from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Her focus throughout both of these degrees was local and international environmental law regulations and its impacts on various populations. Kendall earned a J.D. and LL.M. in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution from the Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, where she also founded and served as president of the Community Development, Housing and Real Estate Law Society. She received the Equal Justice Works Award in recognition of outstanding commitment to pro bono and public service.

Prior to joining the firm, Kendall worked in various roles mostly involving real estate or environmental law, namely as a student attorney in an environmental clinic, a real estate intern for a community development corporation, a paralegal for an estates and trust attorney, and a legal intern and community outreach volunteer for a housing law organization.

Professional Affiliations

  • The Missouri Bar

  • The Illinois Bar 

  • The Washington Bar

  • Missouri Municipal Attorneys Association

Lectures & Presentations

  • Legal Aspects of Planning and Zoning, UMSL Chancellor's Certificate Program, with D. Vogel, November 2019

  • Navigating Local Government Elections: A Primer on Candidate Issues, Municipal Officials Training Academy, with J. Bond, November 2019

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