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Hillary Taylor to Moderate Plenary Panel for the Minnesota Lavender Bar Association's 17th Annual Conference
"Ordinary Lawyers Doing Extraordinary Things," moderator, 17th Annual Conference, Minnesota Lavender Bar Association, 2018
February 17, 2018

Hillary Taylor, attorney in Maslon's Litigation Group, will moderate a plenary panel for the Minnesota Lavender Bar Association's 17th Annual Conference, taking place February 17, 2018. The session, titled "Ordinary Lawyers Doing Extraordinary Things," will highlight attorneys who have gone beyond their general career practice to advocate and protect the rights of the LGBT community. The conference will also feature breakout sessions on a variety of topics and a keynote presentation from transgender rights advocate Monica Jones.

Hillary focuses her practice on tort and product liability, construction litigation, and general commercial litigation. She serves on the Boards of Directors for the Minnesota Lavender Bar Association and Minnesota Justice Foundation, and she provides pro bono services for both the Children's Law Center of Minnesota and the Volunteer Lawyers Network. Hillary graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law, where she received the Pro Bono Service Award upon graduation for fulfilling UVA Law's pro bono challenge to provide at least 75 hours of free legal services to the indigent and underprivileged.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota Lavender Bar Association's 17th Annual Conference.

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