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Civil rights and social justice attorney to deliver session at NCRA Conference & Expo

Laura Landenwich, a civil rights attorney based in Louisville, Ky., will be presenting at the NCRA Conference & Expo at the Galt House Hotel this August 1-3.  Her presentation for NCRA will be “Silencing of Women’s Voices.”

“I am so excited to share Ms. Landenwich’s message with my NCRA colleagues,” shared Lisa Migliore Black, who serves as Vice Chair of the NCRA STRONG Committee. “Laura and her firm help ensure the rights of the powerless, speak for the voiceless and forgotten, and help make the world a better place for everyone.”

With a passion for social justice and civil rights, Landenwich has built a reputation as a tenacious advocate in both Kentucky and Indiana, representing clients who have been the victims of bigotry, ignorance, and the abuse of power. Her civil rights work includes employment discrimination and sexual harassment, police misconduct, inmate rights, and other constitutional claims.

See the full lineup of sessions, workshops, and network events.

Registration is open now for NCRA’s signature event that brings together court reporting, captioning, and legal videography professionals from around the world. Get ready for another inspiring event as we celebrate the Association’s quasquicentennial in the Bluegrass State.