Justice Rising Virtual Breakfast 2020

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And Justice for All

Team Members

Anne

$13,350 / 25 donors

Stewart

$7,895 / 35 donors

Fabian

$4,155 / 32 donors

Bart

$3,550 / 17 donors

Jacey

$3,150 / 17 donors

Jody

$5,400 / 8 donors

Amanda

$1,405 / 24 donors

Ted

$3,150 / 10 donors

Adina

$2,325 / 12 donors

Juliette

$2,300 / 12 donors

Sharon

$3,150 / 8 donors

Sally

$2,000 / 11 donors

Story

We believe access to justice is a fundamental right.

“and Justice for all” is committed to providing free and low cost legal services to Utah’s most vulnerable citizens – people living in poverty, individuals with disabilities, seniors, minorities and victims of domestic violence. 

OUR PRIORITIES

  • Family safety and stability
  • Safe, affordable housing
  • Disability rights
  • Consumer protection
  • Education
  • Protection of seniors & veterans
  • Health care and government benefits
  • Immigration
  • Income security
  • Native American issues

Who is "and Justice for all"?



Bethany's Story

Bethany is one of the clients "and Justice for all" helped through their partnership with Utah Legal Services. When Bethany's son's father passed away, she didn't know it would be so difficult to prove paternity. Watch to find out more about how the attorneys at Utah Legal Services went above and beyond to help her win survivor benefits for her son.


Carla's Story

Carla is one of the clients "and Justice for all" helped through their partnership with the Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake. Carla was scared for her and her sons. When she tried to leave an abusive spouse, he made life very difficult for her. Watch to find out more about how the attorneys at the Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake helped her feel safe again. Tune in all week to hear more client stories



Staci's Story

Staci is one of the clients "and Justice for all" helped through their partnership with the Disability Law Center. Staci no longer wanted to live in an institution. She wanted the ability to pick her own bedtime, her meals, how many hours she worked. Watch to find out more about how the attorneys at the Disability Law Center changed her life. 



KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Elizabeth Kronk Warner on the intersection of justice, race, poverty and disability. 

After we had to cancel our in-person event, Elizabeth Kronk Warner, Dean of S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah kindly agreed to share her keynote thoughts via video. Thank you to her for her generosity!



THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS



THANK YOU FROM ALL OF US AT THE COMMUNITY LEGAL CENTER!


"AND JUSTICE FOR ALL"

205 North 400 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
www.andjusticeforall.org
Federal ID# 87-0659915

Supporters

Fabian VanCott received a new donation from Jason Hardin

7 hours ago

$1,000

Jacey Skinner received a new donation from Anonymous

1 day ago

Sally McMinimee received a new donation from Anonymous

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Metra Barton received a new donation from Anonymous

2 days ago

$50

Stewart Ralphs received a new donation from Jean Hendrickson

2 days ago

$800

Jessica Samowitz made a donation

2 days ago

$50

Stewart Ralphs received a new donation from Karl Hendrickson

2 days ago

$1,000

Susan Chidester made a donation

2 days ago

$50

Juliette White received a new donation from The Weyrich Family

2 days ago

$100

We are so grateful for the DLC and their continued mission to see that people with disabilities are treated fairly.

Bart Johnsen received a new donation from Fran Wikstrom

2 days ago

$250

Ted Cundick received a new donation from Clyde Snow

2 days ago

$1,575

Fabian VanCott received a new donation from Stephen Sloan

2 days ago

$100

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