Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty
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Cara Tolliver Joins WILL Team

Tolliver will assist WILL's litigation department as new hire for Associate Counsel

By - Oct 14th, 2022 10:02 am
Cara Tolliver. Photo from WILL.

Cara Tolliver. Photo from WILL.

The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) added Cara Tolliver, Associate Counsel, to expand WILL’s capacity for litigation. The growing WILL team continues its work to defend constitutional rights, advance the rule of law, promote education choice, and advocate for limited government.

The Quote: WILL Associate Counsel, Cara Tolliver, said, “I am proud to join WILL in its freedom fighting mission against increasingly radicalized agendas that would sacrifice our constitutional system, and along with it, fundamental American liberties, to the whims of political campaigns and the administrative state. I particularly look forward to working on the constitutional protection of Speech and Association.”

Cara Tolliver will serve on WILL’s Associate Counsel. She focuses on constitutional Separation of Powers issues as well as issues concerning First Amendment liberties.

In addition to her Law Degree, Cara holds a dual Bachelor of Science degree in Clinical Laboratory Science and Microbiology. Prior to joining WILL, Cara worked in private practice as a health law attorney. Before earning her Law Degree, Cara spent nearly a decade in the health care industry, serving as a laboratory manager and leader at various hospitals and health systems throughout the country.

Cara can be reached at Cara@will-law.org.

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2 thoughts on “Cara Tolliver Joins WILL Team”

  1. Mingus says:

    The totalitarian elite of the Republican Party needs lawyers like this woman to trample our liberties and stomp down any dissent. I am sure stomping down our individual rights can be quite lucrative.

  2. Paul Nannis says:

    You should reconsider
    They are evil

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