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Kate Jaycox Speaks About Her Experience with the Women Trial Lawyers Caucus

March 16, 2022

Officially established in 1994, the Women Trial Lawyers Caucus offers AAJ's female lawyers the opportunity to learn from each other, network, and participate in a range of activities. The Caucus focuses on membership, fundraising, education, and public service. 

Trial spoke with Women Trial Lawyers Caucus (WTLC) Chair Kate Jaycox to learn about her experience with the Caucus and all that it has to offer.

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