Anthony T. Ealy Jr. joined Blake & Uhlig as an associate in 2021.
Mr. Ealy graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law in 2020. While in law school, Mr. Ealy was a member of the National Black Law Students Association’s (NBLSA) 52nd Board of Directors while also serving as the National Convention Coordinator. In addition, Mr. Ealy served as an Associate Member on the Journal of Dispute Resolution, served on the Student Bar Association and Mizzou’s Board of Advocates. He is a recipient of the R. David Ray Trial Advocacy Award for his membership on Mizzou’s Labor and Employment Litigation Competitive Mock-Trial Team, the CALI Excellence for the Future Award, and was awarded a Mike Middleton Fellowship. During the summer of 2019 he was awarded a Peggy Browning Fellowship to work at the International Painters of Allied Trades Union in Washington DC, and Hanover MD. Mr. Ealy studied dispute resolution abroad in Cape Town, South Africa and Brisbane, Australia. He also participated in the Entrepreneurial Legal Clinic and the Innocence Project Clinic.
Mr. Ealy is an alumni member of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, has worked for Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver, and has also interned for the Minority Floor Leader in the Missouri State Capitol. While in these roles Mr. Ealy assisted legislators in the debate against Right to Work. Mr. Ealy is also a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated.
Outside of the profession, Mr. Ealy is active in serving the community. He currently serves on the Presidential Advisory Committee and Black Alumni Board for Northwest Missouri State University (NWMSU).