Justice For Me is nominated for the ABA’s Louis M. Brown Award

Dec 2019


Justice for Me has been nominated for the ABA’s Louis M. Brown Award. The Louis M. Brown Award for Legal Access is presented annually to programs and projects that advance access to legal services for those of moderate incomes in ways that are exemplary and replicable.  A full list of the nominees can be found here.


As part of the award process, the public can vote on the nominations until Jan 8th, 2020, and the nominee with the most votes will receive the BROWN SELECT recognition.


“Our mission is to bridge the Justice Gap,” said Joseph Cooper, Justice For Me CEO. “To be included in this award which focuses solely on this issue, along with so many other excellent organizations is a great honor.”


If you would like to vote – either for us or any of the other nominees, you can do so at the ABA Award Site.