Schuchat, Cook & Werner | Labor & Employment Law Attorneys Since 1947
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Experienced Labor and Employment, Workers’ Compensation,
Disability and Employee Benefits Law Firm

Representing Labor Unions, Employee
Benefit Plans and Employees Since 1947

Arthur J. Martin (Deceased)


Arthur J. Martin: 1947 - 2012

Art Martin, our wonderful partner, friend, and mentor died on August 11, 2012. We are committed to continuing Art's legacy of dedication to his clients and the labor movement, principled and creative representation, and yes, his incomparable sense of humor and friendship.

Art's practice focused on representing unions and their members. Before law school, Art worked for the ILGWU, AFL-CIO (Organizer, Business Agent and District Manager, 1972-81). During law school he interned for Judge Theodore McMillian of the United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit, and afterwards clerked for United States District Court Judge William Hungate. Art served as chair of the Labor Law Section of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and was an Adjunct Professor at the St. Louis University School of Law. He was an active member of the AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee and Contributing Editor of the AFL-CIO Building and Construction Trades Campaign Guide - Organizing the Construction Industry and Topic Editor of How Arbitration Works (6th Ed.). Art received his law degree from St. Louis University (J.D. cum laude) where he served as Editor- in -Chief of the Public Law Forum.