John Chassaing



John H. Chassaing joined Reed, Armstrong, Mudge and Morrissey in June 2016. Jack was raised in Brentwood, Missouri and attended De Smet Jesuit High School. While in law school, Jack devoted much of his time public assistance. He assisted state and federal prosecutors, worked in the Civil Practice/Elderly Clinic of the SIU School of Law, and served as a Judicial Clerk. During law school, Jack appeared before several courts as a licensed intern on behalf of the following entities: oUnited States Attorney's Office, Cape Girardeau, MO—Rule 13 Licensed Intern oSt. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, Clayton, MO—Rule 13 Licensed Intern oUnion County State's Attorney's Office, Jonesboro, IL—Rule 711 Licensed Intern.

Education & Credentials

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618-656-0257  Phone
618-692-4416  Fax
University Attended:
University of Missouri, B.S., Business Administration, 2012
Law School Attended:
Southern Illinois University, J.D., Degree Certificate for Business and Transactional Law, Pro Bono Award for Public Service, 2015
Year of First admission:
2015, Missouri

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