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Texas A&M University School of Law (2019)
Texas A&M University (2016)
Licensed in the State of Texas
Kaitlyn Traeger is passionate about education and strives to enhance the education of all students in Texas. Kaitlyn began working for Walsh Gallegos during her second summer of law school and focuses her legal practice on special education law.
Kaitlyn earned her legal degree at Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas. While attending law school, she competed in and won two Regional American Bar Association Competitions: Client Counseling and Representation in Mediation. She was a Semi-Finalist at the National level at both competitions. Additionally, she was selected for membership in The Order of The Barristers, a national honor society for law students who have demonstrated an outstanding ability in oral advocacy.
During her second year of law school, Kaitlyn obtained an in-house externship with Fort Worth Independent School District. While working at FWISD, she assisted in Level II employee grievances and Level II DAEP placement appeals, and updated board policies. Kaitlyn’s experiences at FWISD drew her to the practice of school law.
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