Insights: News Releases Courtney Lynch Appointed to the Board of Directors of the Society of Construction Law North America
HOUSTON (February 5) - Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Courtney Lynch has been appointed to the Society of Construction Law North America's Board of Directors. Ms. Lynch will serve as the Board’s Marketing & Communications Director. She will serve a one-year term.
Founded in 2017, under the Society of Construction Law International federation, the Society of Construction Law North America promotes the education, study, and research (and publication of the useful results of such research) and its dissemination in the field of construction law. For more information, please visit: https://www.scl-na.org/
Courtney Lynch focuses her practice on construction litigation. Her practice focuses on risk avoidance and dispute resolution. Ms. Lynch is a frequent contributor and co-manager of the Kilpatrick Townsend Construction Law Blog and serves on the marketing committee of the Associated Builders and Contractors of Greater Houston.
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