President Nimrod Chapel, Jr. is an experienced trial attorney with over a decade of practice ranging from work in law firms to state government and covering a wide range of legal issues. Nimrod was responsible for a broad array of complex litigation regarding enforcement of civil rights, discrimination, consumer protection, and wage and hour and accessibility laws throughout Missouri.
Nimrod received a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Oklahoma State University, his law degree from Tulane University and his Masters in Tax from Washington University in St. Louis.
Nimrod is an active member of the Missouri Bar, currently serving on the Board of Governors for the Western District. He also serves on the boards of and is involved with numerous community not-for-profit groups, civic and professional organizations.
As president of the Missouri State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Nimrod is committed to moving equality forward for every Missouri family.