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Aug 8

Lammert and Odom Recognized by Missouri Lawyers Media as 2022 Up & Coming Honorees


Baker Sterchi attorneys Megan Sterchi Lammert and Greg Odom have been recognized by Missouri Lawyers Media as 2022 Up & Coming honorees, joining a class of 53 attorneys practicing in Missouri to receive the award.

Lammert’s practice focuses on personal injury, premises liability and product liability defense matters. She has practiced in the firm’s Kansas City and St. Louis offices. While located in St. Louis, she served on the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis (BAMSL)’s Young Lawyers Division Board, including as service chair from 2018-2020. She earned the BAMSL President’s Award in 2020 and the BAMSL Young Lawyers Division Award of Merit in 2019. In addition to being involved with various local bar associations, Lammert is a member of ALFA International’s Future Leaders Forum, the Product Liability & Complex Torts Steering Committee, and the Women’s Initiative Steering Committee. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law and is admitted to practice in Missouri and Kansas.

Odom focuses his practice on the defense of toxic torts, personal injury, product liability, premises liability, environmental law and commercial litigation. He is heavily involved with the Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel (IDC), serving on the Board of Directors from 2017 to the present. Additionally, Odom founded the IDC Toxic Torts Committee and served as chair from 2019-2021. Throughout his membership in the IDC, he has organized various community service activities and fundraisers on behalf of the organization. He is a recipient of numerous IDC awards, including the President’s Commendation, Rising Star Award, Meritorious Service Award, and President’s Award. Odom is also involved with the Jefferson, Saline, Madison, and St. Clair County Chambers of Commerce, often speaking and publishing on issues of importance to the business community. He received his law degree from Southern Illinois University School of Law and is admitted to practice in Missouri and Illinois.

Conferred on early-career lawyers who have demonstrated professional accomplishment and community leadership beyond their years, Up & Coming honorees will be recognized at an awards luncheon in October.