Frank Robert Flaspohler
Frank Robert Flaspohler is both a practicing attorney and licensed Emergency Medical Technician in mid-Missouri. He has been running EMS calls with the Howard County Ambulance District since 2001. in 2009, he graduated with a juris doctor degree from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and returned to Fayette, Missouri to open a private law practice. Today, he and Frank Foster work on a variety of cases, with Frank Flaspohler focusing on collection practices and litigation work for EMS Legal Services.
Frank is married to Kathryn Flaspohler, and together, they have three young children, Frankie Kneuven, Gracelyn Louise & Abigail Elizabeth. Frank's family is no stranger to EMS, with Frank's father, Frank William Flapsohler, having served as a paramedic a director of the Howard County Ambulance District for more than forty year.
Loyola University of New Orleans
College of Law
Juris Doctor, May, 2009
Bachelor of Arts, May 2006
Admissions to Practice
United States Supreme Court
January 2017 to Present
Missouri Supreme Court
June 2010 to Present
United States District Court,
Western District of Missouri
April 2012 to Present
Publications & Presentations
The Missouri Sunshine Law (January 2016)
Presentation materials provided to the Board of Alderman of the City of Armstrong, including updates on important issues relevant to the Sunshine law.
Closing Public Roads (January 2014, 2015, & 2016)
Presentation & training for County Commissioners at the annual state-wide training provided by the Missouri Association of Counties.
All Who Live in Love: The Law & Theology Behind Same-Sex Marriage
Published by the Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law, Winter 2009