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You Asked, We Listened: A Seat at the Table

by | Jul 25, 2019

The Utah Bar Journal recently published the article “You Asked, We Listened: A Seat at the Table,” written by Victoria B. Finlinson. A Seat at the Table is the Young Lawyer Division’s latest initiative and provides members of the YLD with opportunities to serve their communities in a meaningful way, including running for office; pursuing an appointment/judgeship; and non-profits and community involvement. Read the full article here.

Victoria B. Finlinson is an attorney at Clyde Snow & Sessions and is the current President of the Young Lawyers Division of the Utah State Bar. Ms. Finlinson focuses her practice on employment law, business litigation, and civil ligation and can be reached at vbf@clydesnow.com or 801.322.2516.

This article originally appeared in the Utah Bar Journal July/August 2019 Edition.

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