Bond Wilkison spent his time growing up right here in St. Peters and in the small southeast Missouri town of Kennett, Missouri, a small town in the Bootheel. After graduating from St. Charles West High School, Bond worked at a local sporting good shop while earning his bachelor’s degrees in political science, public management, and criminal justice, graduating magna cum laude and with University Honors from Lindenwood University. Bond moved to Columbia, Missouri where he earned his law degree at the University of Missouri. After graduating from Mizzou and passing the bar exam, Bond began his career as an attorney working for Cline & Dykhouse, LLC – the firm where he clerked as a law student. In July 2009, Bond returned home to the St. Louis area where he developed and nurtured a successful solo practice until joining Kell Lampin, LLC in November of 2012 where he handled a wide variety of criminal, family law, and serious personal injury matters. In May of 2016, Bond became part of the team when the Lampin Law Firm was created. Bond continues to help clients his client by defending all manner of serious and complex felonies and misdemeanors, driving while intoxicated charges, making sure that his client’s constitutional rights are protected.
When not vigorously representing his clients, you will find Bond giving karate lessons at the dojo, working in his garden, or volunteering for the Missouri Department of Conservation. Bond is happily married to a foot and ankle surgeon whose office is in St. Louis County.