Governor Greitens Appoints Annette Llewellyn as Circuit Court Judge for St. Louis City

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January 12, 2018

Governor Eric Greitens has appointed Annette Llewellyn, of St. Louis, as Circuit Court Judge for the 22nd Judicial Circuit, which covers the City of St. Louis.  The position became vacant due to the retirement of the Honorable Timothy Wilson.

For the last 20 years, Annette Llewellyn has represented thousands of clients throughout all phases of litigation.  She currently serves as an assistant circuit attorney for the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office.  She previously served as the Chief Trial Assistant.  Llewellyn received her undergraduate degree from The City University of New York at Herbert H. Lehman College and her law degree from the University of Iowa. 

In the community, Llewellyn is a coach and mentor.  She is a member of the Union Avenue Christian Church, the Women Lawyers’ Association of Greater St. Louis, and the Mound City Bar Association.  She also serves on the Supreme Court of Missouri Commission on Racial and Ethnic Fairness and the Supreme Court of Missouri Disciplinary Committee for Region XI, Division I. 

“Annette Llewellyn has spent her legal career as a courtroom lawyer,” said Governor Greitens.  “She is committed to justice and the rule of law.  I look forward to her service as a judge for many years to come.”