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After 20 years wearing a black robe and helping rule on Missouri laws, William Ray Price Jr. today is starting at a St. Louis law firm.

After 20 years wearing a black robe and helping rule on Missouri laws, William Ray Price Jr. today is starting at a St. Louis law firm.

After 20 years wearing a black robe and helping rule on Missouri laws, William Ray Price Jr. today is just a former judge about to resume a career as a lawyer.

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On his first day of retirement from the Missouri Supreme Court, Price is joining the St. Louis-based Armstrong Teasdale law firm.

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