American Association of Justice Member Group Welcomes Nemeroff Law Firm Member
The Women Trial Lawyers Caucus of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) welcomed Ellen Presby of the nationally-recognized Nemeroff Law Firm as co-chair of the group’s education committee, recognizing her leadership and dedication to the advancement of women in trial law.
The Caucus provides an arena for women trial lawyers to learn from one another, offering networking events, CLE courses, awards and leadership opportunities. The group includes any female lawyer in good standing with AAJ and boasts a membership of more than 3,000.
“I couldn’t be more excited to have the combined wisdom, experience and enthusiasm of this group to help propel the women of AAJ into the spotlight,” said Lori Andrus, chair-elect for the caucus. “The Caucus needs to ensure that we are connecting the women of AAJ to the National College of Advocacy, litigation groups, sections, and influential AAJ leaders who can help us match speaking opportunities with qualified women trial lawyers. Under this leadership, I know we will succeed.”
With nearly three decades of litigation experience, Presby is a sought-after speaker, a proven trial lawyer and a valued member of the nationally recognized Nemeroff Law Firm. Among her many recognitions, Presby was named one of the top 50 female lawyers in Texas by Law & Politics Media, and Super Lawyer by Texas Monthly magazine. She has served as co-chair of the State Bar of Texas Grievance Committee, the Boards of Texas Trial Lawyers Association, American Board of Trial Advocates, and the Public Justice Foundation.
“I’m proud to have the opportunity to represent The Nemeroff Law Firm and work with the Women’s Caucus to enhance AAJ’s education arm,” Presby said.