Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Tyechia White Elected Vice-Chair of the Washington Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division
WASHINGTON, DC (July 29) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that attorney Tyechia White was elected Vice-Chair of the Washington Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division. She will serve a one-year term.
The Young Lawyers Division was established in 1997 as a division of the Washington Bar Association. This group of approximately 200 young attorneys practicing in the Washington metropolitan area provides networking and professional development opportunities for its members and encourages community awareness and a commitment to service and civil rights. To learn more about the Washington Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division, please visit, http://www.wbayld.org/.
Tyechia White focuses her practice on complex insurance recovery through litigation and settlement. She represents policyholders in both federal and state courts on a range of insurance coverage matters. Ms. White also advises corporations in the procurement of insurance policies. Ms. White was recently appointed Co-Chair of the Diversity Sub-Committee of the American Bar Association's Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee. For more information about Ms. White, please click here.
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