Div. 06, 24 &29: David A. Roither



Administrative assistant to associate judges:  314-622-4786
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Meeting number: 965 491 207
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Judge Roither was appointed circuit judge in April 2024. He was appointed associate circuit judge in January 2018.

David Roither was licensed to practice law in 1999, and was a partner at the law firm of Medler & Roither, LLC from 2005-2018 practicing primarily in the areas of family and juvenile law. He was a frequently appointed Guardian ad Litem for abused and neglected children in St. Louis County, the City of St. Louis and St. Charles County circuit courts. He has served on various boards and committees affiliated with the University of Missouri- St. Louis, Pierre Laclede Honors College, Legal Advocates for Abused Women and St. Margaret of Scotland. He studied abroad four times during his education, living in Bochum and Bielefeld, Germany; London, England; and Debrecen and Budapest, Hungary

Judge Roither holds bachelor's degrees in philosophy and political science from the University of Missouri- St. Louis. He earned his juris doctor from St. Louis University. He and his wife Amy have two children, Peter and Torsten.
Memberships/Associations:Missouri Bar
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
Lawyers Association of St. Louis

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