Brian J. Malone devotes his practice to assisting governmental bodies and public institutions in the St. Louis area.
Mr. Malone has worked with local governments on a wide variety of legal issues including zoning, real estate development, taxation, constitutional law, sunshine law, litigation and general government operations. He has conducted extensive research regarding legal issues affecting local governments and has made presentations for elected officials and advised others on changes in the law. Brian began his career as an Assistant County Counselor for St. Louis County where he advised St. Louis County officials on a variety of legal issues. He has tried cases in circuit court, and has briefed and argued cases before the Missouri Court of Appeals and has successfully argued before the Missouri Supreme Court.
Brian earned his J.D. from Washburn University School of Law, where he was recognized for his achievements in moot court and the law clinic. He also studied comparative criminal law and comparative legal systems in the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands. Brian received a bachelor of arts in History from Truman State University. Brian and his wife Stefanie live in the City of St. Louis.