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Dykema’s Lansing Office Adds Government Policy Advisor Tracy D. Winston

Dykema law firm announced the addition of Tracy D. Winston to its Government Policy & Practice Group as a government policy advisor in the firm’s Lansing office. Prior to jo…

Dykema law firm announced the addition of Tracy D. Winston to its Government Policy & Practice Group as a government policy advisor in the firm’s Lansing office. Prior to joining Dykema, Winston served as Democratic Caucus policy advisor for the Michigan House of Representatives.

“Tracy’s legislative process experience and ability to work with a wide variety of stakeholders on several issues is a real asset to our team,” said Sandi Cotter, director of Dykema’s Regulated Industries Department and Leader of its Government Policy & Practice Group. “We are delighted that Tracy joined us and she has hit the ground running.”

A Lansing resident, Winston has served as a member of the Mayor’s Neighborhood Advisory Board, which provides support and guidance to neighborhood groups and organizations to secure grant funding for projects.

Winston earned a J.D. from the Thomas M. Cooley School of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree from Hope College. She is a member of the Texas Bar and is pending admission in the Michigan Bar.

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