Linda Freeman


Linda Freeman was born and raised in Eureka,Missouri, graduating from Eureka High School in 2003.  After graduation, Linda continued her education at the University of Missouri, Columbia where she graduated with honors with a degree in English and Biology.  She returned home for law school, graduating from Washington University School of Law in 2007 and passed the Missouri Bar later that year.

Linda began her legal career with the Jefferson County Public Defender’s Office after interning there during law school.  During her nearly five years at that office she gained extensive litigation experience.  She represented clients charged with various offenses, including misdemeanors and serious Class A and B felonies.  While there she tried multiple jury trials, acquiring valuable litigation skills and experience.  She also specialized in juvenile representation, receiving special recognition for her commitment to juvenile defense.

Linda’s husband Matt is a science teacher at Fox High School with whom she has two daughters.

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February 7, 2017 As many as 75% of children in court proceed to a final outcome without an attorney. Children are generally unaware of their basic rights, making enormous life decisions without an advocate in the court room. It is vital to ensure they have a clear voice and advocate if faced with a legal situation. +