MACDL Board Calendar
January 26, 2019- Camden on the Lake, Lake Ozark, MO
April 4, 2019- Ameristar, St. Charles, MO
July 2019- Lodge of Four Seasons, Lake Ozark, MO
Be sure to RSVP to MACDL if you plan to attend.
CLE Calendar
MACDL is an accredited provider of CLE in Missouri. 
In addition, MACDL  may apply for Kansas CLE credit. 
Hours for each state will be identified at Seminar.
MACDL Webinar- sponsored by Wheeler Services, LLC
Sex Offender Registration Laws by Matt Fry
When: Friday, November 30
Time: 11:30a-12:30p
Register: click here
The All-Stars of Direct and Cross-Examination
When: Thursday/Friday, April 4-5, 2019
Time: Starting Thursday at 1:00p
Where: Ameristar Casino
One Ameristar Blvd., St. Charles, MO
Hotel: room block ends March 15, 2019
Register:  online- click here
Paper Form- click here
Agenda: click here



Judge Harpool attended Missouri State University, graduating with a B.S. in Communications, cum laude, and attended the University of Missouri-Columbia, graduating with his J.D., in 1980.  In law school, he was named to the Order of the Barristers, was a member of the Missouri Law Review, and was a recipient of both the Thomas Deacy Prize for Excellence in Trial Advocacy and the Roscoe Anderson Award for Excellence in Appellate Advocacy. 

Judge Harpool returned to his home town of Springfield, Missouri to practice law, and from 1980-2002, practiced with the law firm of Daniel, Clampett, Powell & Cunningham, L.L.C.  The citizens of the 134th District elected Judge Harpool to serve them as a member of the Missouri General Assembly from 1983-1992.  He chaired several house committees, including a term as Chairman of the Judiciary Committee.  In 2002, he co-founded and practiced law with Cunningham,  Harpool  & Cordonnier, L.L.C.,  which  later merged  with  the  Kansas  City-based  law  firm  of Lathrop  & Gage, LC in 2004.  In 2006, he joined the firm of Baird, Lightner, Millsap & Harpool, P.C. as a shareholder. 

Judge Harpool was nominated to serve as a U.S. District Judge for the Western District of Missouri by President Obama on August 1, 2013, based upon the recommendation of Senator Claire McCaskill.  The Senate confirmed his nomination, and he received his judicial commission on March 28, 2014.