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Erin Krejci Appointed to ISBA Construction Law Council

April 26, 2018
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Erin E. Krejci, Partner

Laurie & Brennan, LLP is pleased to announce that L&B partner, Erin E. Krejci, has been appointed to serve on the Illinois State Bar Association Construction Law Council for 2018-2019.  In this role, Ms. Krejci will actively participate in Council meetings, review and promote legislation and procedural changes affecting construction law and practice, develop and sponsor continuing legal education programs, and contribute to relevant publications in an effort to disseminate information on current developments in construction law.  Ms. Krejci is looking forward to this opportunity to serve the over 28,000 members of the ISBA and carry out the mission of the Council.

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Laurie & Brennan, LLP Supports the Block Kids Building Competition

October 31, 2017

Erin E. Krejci and Kendall E. Woods Support the Block Kids Building Competition

On October 28, 2017, Laurie & Brennan, LLP partners Erin E. Krejci and Kendall E. Woods volunteered for the Chicago-area Block Kids Building Competition.

Sponsored by the Chicago Metro Chapter 325 of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), the Federation of Women Contractors (FWC), and the Architecture and Construction Management programs at College of DuPage, Block Kids is a national building competition for children in kindergarten through sixth grade.  Participating boys and girls create unique construction projects utilizing their imaginations, plastic blocks and other provided materials.

Erin, a member of FWC, and Kendall, president of the Chicago chapter of NAWIC, proudly support the award-winning Block Kids Building Competition and its efforts to introduce children to the construction industry and promote careers in the industry.

In addition to the competition, the event also included the opportunity to “Touch-A-Truck.”  FWC members brought some of their industrial vehicles and equipment for the children (and adults) to experience up close.


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