Margaret K. Landwehr

Margaret “Peggy” Landwehr is in her second tour of duty at the Office of the Attorney General. She originally served under Attorney Generals Ashcroft and Webster. In the time between, she worked as a Legal Editor at The Missouri Bar, a Hearing Officer for the Personnel Advisory Board, and a Prescreening Attorney at the Samaritan Center’s Legal Care Office. Peggy returned to the AGO under Attorney General Nixon in September 2008. She began in the Governmental Affairs Division and is now in Administration as the Project Manager for Electronic Discovery and Legal Technology. In addition, Peggy continues to prosecute teacher decertification cases and handle Sunshine Law inquiries. She is also Chair of the AGO’s e-Discovery Task Force. She is proficient in technology, in both the Apple and PC platforms, and appreciates the role of technology in the practice of law.

Over the years, Peggy has been on the following Missouri Bar Committees: Solo and Small Firm Planning Committee: Speaker and Moderator; Technology Committee; Administrative Law Committee; Legislative Committee; School Law Committee; and Speaker, Mo Bar CLE, Exploring Career Changes. She is also on the Discover Jefferson City Foundation and has belonged to appleJAC, an Apple Computer club, for over twenty years.

Peggy graduated from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, and earned her law degree from St. Louis University School of Law. She is married to John Landwehr, a partner in the law firm of Cook, Vetter, Doerhoff and Landwehr, P.C. They have two children, Becca and David, who are both in graduate school.