DAVID SHORR

DAVID SHORR

Former Director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources

David Shorr served as Director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources under both Democrat and Republican Missouri Governors. He received his Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in 1977 and 1979 from Kent State University and Cleveland State University, in Conservation/Environmental Sciences and Urban Studies and Planning, respectively, and his Law degree in 1983 from Cleveland State University. He has practiced law for more than three decades and has been a registered lobbyist for more than 20 years. As an attorney, David works with public and private organizations in matters relating to state and federal environmental, energy and natural resources law and regulations, including crisis management, public health risk assessment, disaster response and modification of public policy. He is also a partner in Lathrop GPM’s Jefferson City office.

CONTACT

314 E. High Street
Jefferson City, Missouri 65101

Telephone: +1 573.893.4336
Fax: +1 573.893.5398

UPDATES

Missourians will vote on three statewide ballot issues in 2020

Missourians will vote on three statewide ballot issues in 2020

Later this year Missourians will vote on one statewide ballot issue at the polls on Aug. 4, and will cast votes on two other statewide ballot issues on Nov. 3. The Aug. 4 issue (on the ballot as Amendment 2) was the result of a successful initiative petition...

Lathrop GPM Consulting Team Finds Success in 2020 Missouri Session

Lathrop GPM Consulting Team Finds Success in 2020 Missouri Session

On May 15, the 2020 Missouri regular legislative session ended as 51 bills reached final passage of the more than 2,260 bills filed. The 2020 session was unique as it included a five-week break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the mid-session break created a major...

Electronic Notary Finally a Reality in Missouri

Electronic Notary Finally a Reality in Missouri

Long-awaited changes in notary public regulations, allowing the use of electronic signatures rather than in-person signatures, were approved by the Missouri General Assembly in mid-May 2020, and are expected to go into effect upon bill signing by Governor Mike Parson...