Tueth, Keeney, Cooper, Mohan & Jackstadt P.C.’s attorneys work diligently to stay at the top of their fields, which has led to the overall success of the firm. With that success comes a responsibility to give back to the community. The firm recently took the opportunity to give back by co-sponsoring the Mound City Bar Association’s Movie Night in Celebration of Black History Month.
The Mound City Bar Association (MCBA) is the oldest black bar association west of the Mississippi River. Tueth Keeney’s own Anwar Johnson is not only a member of the MCBA, but participated on the committee organizing the activities planned in order to celebrate Black History Month. The movie night was held at the Moolah Theatre and Lounge in St. Louis on February 11, 2010 and featured the movie “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” featuring Maya Angelou.
Anwar M. Johnson practices primarily in the areas of education, litigation, labor and employment law. He has experience handling a variety of civil litigation matters, representing clients in state and federal courts in both Missouri and Illinois. During law school, Anwar served as President of the Black Law Student’s Association and was Associate Managing Editor of the Global Studies Law Review.