Minnesota attorney Amy Walsh Kern resigned her partnership at Stinson Leonard Street earlier this year to become executive director of WATCH MN.
Founded in Minneapolis in 1992, the non-profit monitors the treatment of women and children in domestic abuse and sex trafficking cases.
Kern joins The Daily Circuit to talk about why it's important to keep a close eye on the courts and what she hopes to accomplish in her new role.
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