Are you aware that there is something called the ” Champions of Justice Awards”? Upon whom are these awards bestowed? Champions of Justice are individuals who have staunchly defended or preserved someone’s constitutional rights in the United States through humanitarian, philanthropic, journalistic, or legislative pursuits. For persons accused of a crime, they have endeavored to ensure due process and justice.
In the past, who or what has received this award?
Through the years, there have been numerous awards given. The categories for this type of award are as follows:
- Community Advocacy Award
- Philanthropy Award
- Pro Bono Award
- Rights Restoration Award
- Legal Education Award
- Journalism Award
- Humanitarian/Civic Award
- Legal Award
- Legislative Award
Champions of Justice
A “Champion of Justice” has also been defined as “A person who argues or fights on behalf of someone else or for a cause.” It is little wonder then that, very frequently, lawyers and legal teams are considered champions of justice. The best attorneys will demonstrate extraordinary service and support to society at large.
Attorneys As Champions of Justice
When an attorney is nominated for the Champions of Justice award, it’s something quite special. Judges and practicing lawyers are bestowed this award for adherence and integrity to the highest traditions and principles of the legal profession. They have exhibited extraordinary professional accomplishments and superior professional competence that benefits the local community, the state, or the nation in which the judge or lawyer lives. Frequently, they are a voice for the people who would otherwise feel powerless. They fight for the rights of individuals, companies, professions, communities, and more. They may also champion causes and organizations that benefit individuals, the community, etc.
Fighting for a Cause
When an attorney fights for a particular cause, they may be referred to as a social lawyer, a public interest lawyer, or a cause lawyer. To address a cause through promoting social change, these people are dedicated to the usage of law. “Using the law to empower society’s weaker layers”, or “lawyering for the good” are both descriptions commonly used for this type of practice.
Firms or lawyers who most often perform cause lawyering are those who very often direct their efforts at changing some characteristic of the political, economic, and/or social status quo.
Corradino & Papa – Your Champions of Justice!
What if your “cause” is the fact that you were injured due to someone else’s carelessness or negligence? In that case, we would like to be your champions of justice. Don’t wait another moment to contact Corradino & Papa. We will do everything in our power to help you get the compensation you’re entitled to.
We are a Clifton, New Jersey-located personal injury law from that is proud to serve clients in and around the following areas:
- Union County
- Hudson County
- Essex County
- Bergen County
- North Arlington
- Glen Ridge
- West Orange
- South Orange
- East Orange
If you have been injured, let us do all the heavy lifting while you just worry about getting well.
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