Gallop, Johnson & Neuman, L.C. is a law firm based in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Since its founding in 1976 with 10 original attorneys, it has grown to become one of the largest law firms in the St. Louis metropolitan area. The firm's headquarters is in the Interco Tower in downtown Clayton, Missouri.
The firm is organized into six different departments, namely Business Services, Estate Planning, Government Law & Relations, Labor & Employment, Litigation, and Real Estate & Construction, within which individual practice groups operate.
The managing partner of the firm is Thomas J. Campbell, and its general counsel is John J. Traeger.
Gallop, Johnson & Neuman was the first St. Louis area law firm to become a certified partner in the American Bar Association-Environmental Protection Agency Law Office Climate Challenge, a program that encourages law offices to become better environmental and energy stewards. It is the mission of the firm's Green Committee to implement sustainable, firm-wide measures to promote conservation of energy, water and natural resources by reducing, reusing and recycling and by purchasing environmentally sound products.
Gallop, Johnson & Neuman is also a member of the U.S. Green Building Council, a non-profit organization committed to expanding sustainable building practices. Additionally, the firm has purchased Renewable Energy Credits to further the Green initiatives.
Donald Gallop, one of the founding partners of the firm and a former trustee and board member of numerous community organizations and foundations, was the Commissioner and former co-chair of the Missouri Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission until he passed away on May 22, 2002. The main staircase at the Washington University School of Law, which curves from the first floor to the fourth floor main entrance to the Law Library, is named in his honor; Mr. Gallop was the chair of the school's National Counsel from 1993 to 2002.
Sanford Neuman, another founding partner of the firm, was named Distinguished Alumnus by the Washington University School of Law in 2003, and has been recognized in The Best Lawyers In America every year since 1995. Mr. Neuman has also served on the Board of Directors of LMI Aerospace since 1984.