Kelly St. John
Kelly St. John is a seasoned personal injury attorney at DiPasquale Moore. Her experience includes personal injury, criminal defense, municipal prosecution, ordinance drafting, and contract review.
Kelly is an active member of the community. She is a member of numerous professional organizations, including the Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City. She was selected to participate in the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association’s Ross T. Roberts Trial Academy and regularly volunteers at the association’s annual telethon, during which lawyers field phone calls from the public and answer basic legal questions. Additionally, she was elected to serve on The Missouri Bar’s Young Lawyers’ Section Council to represent District 3 (Jackson County). Her other community work involves raising money for Hope House, Wayside Waifs, and Missouri Pitbull Rescue, among other charitable organizations.
Originally from Manhattan, Kansas, Kelly has now made Olathe her home. She went to high school in a small town called Meriden before attending Washburn University to earn her bachelor’s degree. From there, she moved on to study law at the University of Missouri–Kansas City School of Law.
When Kelly is not in the office or helping her neighbors, she enjoys bonding with her dog at the “bark park” and spending time with family and friends. She loves to travel, play softball, participate in a bowling league, and play recreational sand volleyball. And even though she’s a diehard Denver Broncos fan, she often uses her Chiefs season tickets to go to football games.