The WCA is honored to have Hawley Troxell a valued Corporate Pillar. As Idaho’s largest full-service business law firm nearing its 50th anniversary, Hawley Troxell is highly committed to giving back to the community it serves. While the firm’s community involvement includes sponsorships of and pro bono work to over 90 different organizations and initiatives throughout the state, Hawley Troxell is proud of its 15-year relationship with the Women’s and Children’s Alliance.
Various attorneys at Hawley Troxell have dedicated their time to the WCA over the years. This includes Merlyn Clark’s longstanding work on the Board as well, as Paula Kluksdal and Lynnette Davis’ contributions to the 2011 TWIN awards serving as committee and honorary chairs. Currently, Kara Heikkila, Lynnette Davis, Thomas Mortell, and Merlyn Clark all enjoy providing pro bono legal counseling to the WCA.
“Kara Heikkila’s accessible and knowledgeable service to the WCA is invaluable. Kara provides training for our management team on a variety of employment law and best practices, as well as acts as a consultant on an as-needed basis regarding employee relations topics. We appreciate her efforts and generosity so much,” said Nichole Warner, WCA Admin/HR Manager.
Hawley Troxell looks forward to many more years of partnership with and commitment to the mission of the WCA.
For more information on our Corporate Pillars program, please go to www.wcaboise.org or call Lisa Uhlmann at 208.343.3688 ext. 45.