Rex M. Burlison
|District:||22nd Judicial Circuit (St. Louis City)|
Judge Rex M. Burlison assumed the position of circuit judge for the 22nd Judicial Circuit on August 11, 2011. He obtained his undergraduate degree, a B.A. in political science/law enforcement, from Truman State University and his law degree, a J.D., from St. Louis University School of Law. He previously held public office as an alderman for the City of Cottleville, Missouri from 1999 to 2000. From April through December 2000, he served as an associate circuit judge for the 11th Judicial Circuit. He is a member of The Missouri Bar, The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, and the Lawyers Association of St. Louis. He is also a member of the historic Trinity Lutheran Church in Soulard, where he serves as a lector.
The committee reviewed survey responses from Judge Burlison’s peers and the other judges of the 22nd Circuit to each of 18 separate questions dealing with all aspects of judicial performance. He received a ranking of “5” on 17 of the 18 questions and a ranking of 4.83 on the 18th question.
The 22nd Circuit Judicial Performance Evaluation Committee recommends that Judge Rex M. Burlison BE RETAINED.
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