To the Editor:
We would like to urge Anderson County voters to support Lauren Biloski for Juvenile Court judge in the upcoming election.
Lauren is an Oak Ridge resident and a graduate of Oak Ridge High School. After graduating in 2003 from the University of Tennessee, she obtained her juris doctorate degree from Indiana University’s School of Law in 2006.
Lauren’s dedication to children and families is noteworthy. While in law school, Lauren was a volunteer for Child Advocates Inc., an organization providing child-focused representation to every child in Indianapolis suffering from abuse or neglect, as well as for Peyton’s pals, a program established by Peyton Manning to provide children in foster care with necessities including clothing and computers for school.
Upon returning to Oak Ridge in 2006, Lauren has handled a wide variety of cases, but her focus has been on juvenile law and criminal defense. Desiring to assist those who cannot afford legal representation, Lauren has accepted court-appointed work, as a guardian ad litem and parent’s attorney in the Anderson County Juvenile Court, on a regular basis.
On a personal note, relative to our daughter and grandson, we have found Lauren to be not only committed to their best interests but also available to answer questions and to attend to necessary details in a timely fashion. She is a passionate advocate for children and believes in giving back to her community. She has been a volunteer for Girls Inc., the League of Women Voters, C.A.S.A.- Court Appointed Special Advocate, and the Humane Society of Oak Ridge and Anderson County, where she assists with legal issues.
Lauren’s enthusiasm, integrity, perseverance, and approachability are attributes which serve her well and will further benefit the citizens of Anderson County in this important role. You can make this happen by voting for Lauren Biloski for Anderson County Juvenile Court judge in the upcoming election.
Phyllis and Don Hillis