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Atty. General Lynch Encourages Young Women To ‘Let Your Voice Be Heard’

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While expounding on her concern that young professionals face the risk of not being heard, Attorney General Loretta Lynch recalls a learning lesson from early on in her legal career and advises young women to “speak up.”