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Our Organization

The Metropolitan St. Louis Association of Court Administration was established on March 28, 1977 in Overland Missouri by: Mary Lee Duncan, Ruth Hodapp, Donna Johnson, Jacque Menke and Ginney Young.

MSLACA is a judicial organization established to support and promote service in court administration in  St. Louis City,  St. Louis County,  St. Charles County and Jefferson County through education and networking. 

Metropolitan St. Louis


Metropolitan St. Louis
Association for Court Administration

Our Purpose

The purpose of this association is to define, educate, and achieve the art & science of court administration through:


Promoting and developing the association as an agency for the professional benefit of court administrators and or other officials or persons with the same or similar powers and duties.


Promoting a better understanding by the court administrator of his or her official duties, obligations, and responsibilities. 


Establishing and improving methods and procedures in record keeping in the field of court administration.


Promoting cooperation and assistance between member and non-member court administrators.


Urging association members to be active participants in the association and performing services that may best meet the interest and needs of the association and the public we serve as court personnel.

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Learn More about MSLACA

Want more information about becoming a member or interested in meeting our Board Members and Directors? Visit the links below for more detail and information.


More About Us


Meet Our Board


Become a Member

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