ACLU of Nevada fills two key positions
LAS VEGAS — The ACLU of Nevada has filled two key positions as part of its continued mission to safeguard civil rights in Nevada.
Lauren Kaufman is now serving as a staff attorney, and Wesley Juhl will serve as the communications manager.
“The ACLU of Nevada is excited to welcome our newest staff members to the organization,” Executive Director Tod Story said. “Filling these roles ensures we continue to grow with Nevada and the ACLU of Nevada continues as the only organization in Nevada dedicated solely to protecting the Constitutional rights and liberties of every individual in the state.”
Kaufman is a graduate of the University of South Dakota School of Law and recently moved to the Las Vegas Valley from San Antonio. She previously worked as a public defender.
Juhl previously worked for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, where he covered crime and police for several years. He is a native of Las Vegas and graduated from UNLV.
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