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Each panel is 46″ x 96″ (including light feature)

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Panels can be slightly overlapped to reduce footprint, if desired

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Interactive media display to feature additional Missouri Plan info

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A Missouri Bar educational pamphlet will accompany both the “Traveling Exhibit” and the “Courthouse Exhibit.”

One Plan. Two Exhibits.

If you’re short on space, we have a solution for you.

We have partnered with the Missouri Bar to produce a commemorative exhibit marking the 75th Anniversary of the adoption of the Missouri Plan – a national standard bearer in judicial selection.


This initiative consists of two exhibits, the “Traveling Exhibit” (pictured above) and the “Courthouse Exhibit”.  Only one “Traveling Exhibit” is being produced and it will be rotated throughout the state.  Featuring three panels and an interactive display component, it is sure to grab the attention of passersby.


The “Courthouse Exhibit” (image below) is a single panel display that consolidates the historical and empirical information about the Missouri Plan into one engaging, but space-saving feature.  You can keep it as long as you like.  In fact, the longer, the better.


With a suggested utilization space of 7′-10′ deep by 15′-20′ wide, the “Traveling Exhibit” can be displayed wherever you deem fit. Consider placing this exhibit near two electrical outlets. Please note that electrical outlets for the “Courthouse Exhibit” are not required.

Pictured above, the “Courthouse Exhibit” is ideal for smaller spaces and can be featured
long-term  by host courthouses, libraries, or educational institutions.