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Kate Conway Becomes Youngest President of Women’s Bar Association of Illinois

On Behalf of | May 29, 2020 | Firm News, Kathryn L. Conway, Legal News

Power Rogers is pleased to announce that Partner Kathryn L. Conway has been sworn in as President of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois for the 2020-2021 Bar Year.

Kate is the youngest lawyer to serve as President in the 106-year history of the WBAI, one of the state’s oldest and largest bar associations.

As President, Kate will play a crucial role in helping further the WBAI’s mission to promote and protect the interests and welfare of women and women lawyers. This includes collaborative efforts with community and professional organizations, as well as work to support legislation, educational programming, community service initiatives, and expansion of the WBAI’s mentorship program.

You can read Kate’s President’s Message here.

A Career of Committed Advocacy

Having started her legal career as a law clerk at Power Rogers while attending law school, Kate has exemplified the qualities and unwavering commitment so crucial to being a successful lawyer. Moreover, her skill and passion for helping others have earned her a reputation as an invaluable advocate, and the trust of clients and colleagues alike.

Our entire team at Power Rogers congratulates Kate on her appointment as President of the WBAI – it’s a testament to a career of truly committed advocacy.