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Mark your calendar NOW for the ATJ Forum
Friday, February 15, 2013 at the Westin Seattle Hotel*
The Washington State Access to Justice Board invites you to join us for special sessions and a social hour in conjunction with Legal Foundation of Washington’s annual Goldmark Award Luncheon.
The Role of Lawyers in Social Justice Movements (10 –11:30 am)
Throughout history, lawyers have played critical roles in social justice movements. We’ll talk with some local attorneys, each using their law practice in a different way to make justice equal. With moderator Michele Storms, UW School of Law Gates Public Service Law Scholars Program, we’ll come away inspired by the stories and insights of Lisa Daugaard, The Defender Association; Jeff Robinson, Schroeter Goldmark & Bender; Lisa Stone, Legal Voice; and others to be announced.
A Conversation with the Washington Supreme Court (2-3:30 pm)
Members of the Washington Supreme Court will participate in a discussion around issues relevant to lawyers, judges, and other supporters of the Alliance for Equal Justice. The discussion will be facilitated by Washington State Bar Association President Michele Radosevich.
Social Hour (3:30 – 5 pm)
Share your social justice story with some of our Guest Speakers and toast Access to Justice in Washington State.
The Access to Justice Board Forum is free!
But space is limited, so reserve your seat for the morning and/or afternoon sessions today!
Contact Allison Durazzi with questions about the Access to Justice Board events email@example.com.
Purchase tickets online ($50) for the Goldmark Luncheon honoring Judge Anne Ellington at www.legalfoundation.org.
Contact Dee Thierry firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or for Sponsorship information.
* Special $149/night +tax hotel room rates apply between February 14 + February 17! RSVP by January 25!
Refer code “Access to Justice” when reserving at 1-888-627-8513
Westin Seattle Hotel
1900 Fifth Avenue
Fifth Avenue Room
The Washington State Access to Justice Board was established by Washington Supreme Court Order in 1994. Through its justice system partners and standing committees, it works to achieve equal access to the civil justice system for those facing economic and other significant barriers.