Baker Donelson’s Elder Elected To Board Of Trustees Of The International Association Of Gaming Advisors

NEW ORLEANS – Baker Donelson’s Amy Kebert Elder  has been elected to a second consecutive three-year term on the Board of Trustees of the International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA).

         Elder, of counsel in the Firm's Jackson office, focuses her practice on gaming regulatory and business law in Mississippi and Louisiana. She represents all types of domestic and international gaming-related clients and assists them in addressing a broad range of regulatory issues and transactional matters, assisting with development, licensing, financing, transfers of ownership, training and compliance, internal investigations and more.

         Elder is a graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Law and is a member of the Mississippi Bar, the American Bar Association and the Mississippi Women Lawyers Association.

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         As a member of the IAGA's Board of Trustees, Elder is responsible for developing and implementing all measures which promote the objectives of the organization. The IAGA is an association of attorneys, financial experts, casino executives and regulators in the gaming industry. IAGA's purpose is to provide leadership in addressing issues affecting the industry. Formed in 1980, it has grown to more than 300 members worldwide.

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