20+ years experience providing honest straight answers to emotional legal questions, with the fight to follow through in the courtroom.
I attended the University of Kansas, earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree majoring in Psychology in 1992. I attended the University of Missouri at Columbia Law School earning my Juris Doctorate in 1995. I was licensed to practice law in October of 1995.
On December 28, 1995, I was appointed an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney of St. Francois County, Missouri becoming First Assistant in 1998. During my time as an assistant prosecuting attorney I volunteered to serve as a member of the Board of Directors of the Southeast Missouri Family Violence Council, helped form a family violence task force, and was a guest lecturer at the Mineral Area College Law Enforcement Academy.
On August 21, 1998, I joined the Ramshur Law Office of Piedmont, Missouri, where I learned and provided the solid, practical legal representation essential to my country based clients.
On May 14, 2001, I returned to Farmington to join the Law Office of Kenneth Seufert.
In May of 2013, I established the Law Office of Blake Dudley located on Jackson Street in Farmington, Missouri, a mere two blocks from the St. Francois County Courthouse. We provide solid, competent and experienced legal representation to individuals and families throughout the Southeast Missouri area, and in particular the counties of St. Francois, Washington, Madison, Ste. Genevieve, Iron, Reynolds, Wayne and Crawford.
- University of Missouri - Columbia
- J.D. (1995) | Law
- Honors: Journal of Dispute Resolution Highest Grade Family Law
- Appreciation for Outstanding Service to Low Income Persons
- Legal Services of Southern Missouri
- Above and Beyond Award
- Southeast Missouri Family Violence Counsel
- The Missouri Bar # 44074
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- Criminal Law
- Family Law
- Social Security Disability
- Workers' Compensation
- Personal Injury
- Juvenile Law