NAAG Roles

Faculty, Center for Legal Advocacy and Faculty Development

Cheryl Schuetze is the Chief Counsel of the Missouri Attorney General’s Office Governmental Affairs Section, where she and her team represent approximately 60 state agencies related to the exercise of their administrative authority. During her career, Cheryl has tried cases in a variety of fields including employment discrimination, civil rights, personal injury, regulatory enforcement, fraud, murder, and white collar crimes. She received the William M. Pomerantz Trial Prize for excellence in trial advocacy from Washington University School of Law; the Attorney General’s Award for Excellence in Litigation; and the Attorney General’s Award for Excellence in Administration & Management. She is a graduate of Colorado State University and Washington University School of Law.

Cheryl is the Director of the Missouri Attorney General’s Trial Advocacy Training Program and has served as faculty for both Missouri and National Association of Attorneys’ General Training and Research Institute’s Trial Advocacy programs. She has also taught continuing legal education classes for attorneys and non-attorney staff on a variety of topics in the areas of Litigation Skills, Evidence, Consumer Protection, Criminal Law, and Civil Procedure.