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Anthony L. Smith II<br />

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Saint Louis University – J.D. 2008
Truman State University – B.S. 2003


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    Anthony L. Smith II

    Anthony “Tony” Smith II is an associate at Mathis, Marifian & Richter, Ltd. (MM&R), who focuses his legal practice in transactional law and estate planning. Prior to his role at MM&R, he served as an attorney advisor at Social Security Administration where he assisted administrative law judges with the development and formation of decisions in disability cases under Title II and Title XVI. Additionally, Tony brings to the table diverse experience and extensive knowledge in real estate litigation, trust and estate litigation, real estate transactions, business law, and estate planning.

    In 2008, Tony earned his J.D. from Saint Louis University School of Law. While attending law school, he was a member of the American Association of Justice, Public Interest Law Group, and The Veterans Law Student Organization. He was a 2008 Presidential Management Fellows Finalist and a recipient of a Dean’s scholarship. In 2003, Tony graduated cum laude from Truman State University with a degree in psychology.

    Tony is a U.S. Navy veteran. While in college, he was accepted into the Baccalaureate Degree Completion Program, a highly selective Navy collegiate officer accession program. After completing his undergraduate studies, he attended Officer Candidate School (OCS) and earned his commission as an ensign. Tony left active duty in 2004. Prior to separating from the Navy, Tony assisted in the defense department of the Naval Legal Services Office in Pensacola, Florida, which reaffirmed his desire to attend law school. In November 2010, he was honorably discharged from the Navy Reserves as a lieutenant.

    Professional Affiliations
    Tony is licensed to practice law in Illinois and Missouri. He is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association and the Missouri Bar Association.
    Honors & Awards
    Letter of Commendation from Vice Admiral Harms, Chief of Naval Education and Training

    Outstanding Achievement Award in Military Training