Travis County Women Lawyers Awards More Than $80,000 in Grants to Local Non-Profits, Recognizes Outstanding Lawyers at Annual Luncheon

Travis County Women Lawyers Awards More Than $80,000 in Grants to Local Non-Profits, Recognizes Outstanding Lawyers at Annual Luncheon

The Travis County Women Lawyers Association and the Travis County Women Lawyers’ Foundation held its annual grants and awards luncheon on May 6 at the Fairmont Hotel. In addition to presenting more than $80,000 in grants to 10 local non-profits serving women and children in the legal system, the groups recognized outstanding lawyers and one law firm, Wittliff | Cutter, for its commitment to advancing women in the profession.

Wittliff | Cutter Represents Llano Activists in First Amendment Claim over Library Book Censorship

Wittliff | Cutter Represents Llano Activists in First Amendment Claim over Library Book Censorship

Wittliff | Cutter partners Ryan Botkin, Leah Buratti, María Amelia Calaf, and Katherine Chiarello are proud to represent a citizens group in Llano, Texas, in a First Amendment lawsuit over the removal of thousands of digital and physical books from the library’s catalog simply because a small group of county officials “disagrees with the ideas within them.