The following "Letter from the Editor" appears in the Fall 2015 Newsletter of the American Association of Justice's ("AAJ") Railroad Section.
Fellow Section Members,
My name is Caroline Taylor and I am your newly elected Newsletter Editor for the Railroad Section of AAJ. It was wonderful meeting many of you in Montreal and I hope to see and meet many more during the Winter AAJ Convention! If our paths have not crossed yet, let me take a brief moment to introduce myself. I grew up in a small town in western Kentucky where I attended Western Kentucky University and the University of Louisville for law school. After graduation I moved back to western Kentucky and joined the firm of Whitfield Bryson & Mason, a plaintiff firm with offices in Kentucky, Washington D.C. and North Carolina. This March I was given the incredible opportunity to help start a new office of our firm in Nashville, Tennessee, which is now where I reside full time.
We have some insightful articles for you in this publication of the newsletter written by top notch attorneys in our field. My hope is that you can learn from them as much as I have. Should you wish to contribute an article to future newsletters or if you have any topic ideas, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are all facing new challenges every day and to feel like we are not alone in this journey for justice is what membership in this section is all about.
Caroline Ramsey Taylor
This article appears in the AAJ's Railroad Section Fall 2015 Newsletter. For more on AAJ’s Railroad Section, click here. AAJ is a nonprofit organization of trial lawyers committed to promoting accountability and justice.