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September 30, 1993

The Women Lawyers Assn. of Los Angeles will install six officers for its 1993-94 year at a dinner Tuesday.

Three of the six new officers are from the San Gabriel Valley.

Kim Anita McLane Wardlaw of Pasadena will become the organization's president. She joined O'Melveny & Myers in December, 1980, and was admitted to partnership in February, 1987. Wardlaw received her law degree from UCLA School of Law.

Linda Brackins-Willett of Pasadena will become first vice president. She is a professor at Southwestern University School of Law. Brackins-Willett received her law degree from the University of Tulsa, and her graduate law degree from Columbia University.

Laurie J. Taylor of Altadena will become secretary. Taylor, who received a law degree from UCLA School of Law, is clerking at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena.

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