Stephanie Bell recently became a general member of the International Masters of Gaming Law. She is only the second member of IMGL from the state of Missouri, the first being Marc Ellinger who serves as the President of IMGL. International Masters of Gaming Law is a non-profit organization that focuses on gaming law. Members of IMGL are experts in material gambling sector developments and issues worldwide.
International Masters of Gaming Law association has 300 members across 43 countries. The association’s goal is to keep lawyers informed about the very latest in gaming law. To become a member of IMGL you have to meet several requirements. Serving on committees that help advance the purposes of IMGL, having a list of gaming clients, and being involved with charitable organizations that are related to gaming law are just a few of the requirements the applicant must meet to be considered for membership.
Stephanie Bell’s regulatory practice includes gaming law. She has advised clients in the gaming industry and has represented clients before the Missouri Gaming Commission. She currently serves as the Marketing Committee Co-Chair alongside Dr. Simon Planzer.
“Having worked with Jim Deutsch, a founding member of IMGL, and Marc Ellinger, IMGL’s current president for many years, I’m truly honored to join this elite group of lawyers,” said Stephanie. "IMGL provides some of the best opportunities for learning and networking in the gaming industry, which has and will continue to allow me to better serve my clients.”