Alan Mandel is a partner of Mandel & Mandel and has practiced his entire career at the firm.
He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Washington University A.B. 1975 and received his J.D. in 1978. In law school he was the winner of the Wiley Rutledge Moot Court Award and was named to the Order of Barristers.
He is a member of the Missouri and Illinois Bars as well as the Bars of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Federal Courts of the Eastern District of Missouri and Southern District of Illinois, and has lectured extensively in the areas of personal injury and workers compensation law.
He is a member of the American Bar Association and is a fellow of the American Bar, The Lawyers Association of St. Louis, the American Association of Justice and the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, having been President of that organization in 2009-2010 and serving on the Executive Committee for 11 years and is consistently named to the Best Lawyers of America, Super Lawyers and has the highest AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
He served by Supreme Court appointment on the Region XI Disciplinary Committee of the Missouri Bar.
Mr. Mandel has extensive civil trial experience and has had more than 34 cases in which he has obtained over a million dollars in damages for victims.
He has argued numerous cases of great import in the Missouri Supreme Court and Courts of Appeals.
Mr. Mandel served as President to the West Point Parents Club Board of Directors of the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis serving as counsel for 5 years. Mr. Mandel also served for nine years on the board of Premier Charter School, the oldest and largest charter school in the City of St. Louis.