Thoughts on an Award

I was happy and flattered to receive the Innovations Award at the Equal Justice Conference yesterday.

Far beyond the undeniable personal pleasure, however, I’d like to think that this  award represents a recognition on all sides of the extent to which the full range of services needed for the continuum of access includes everything from self-represented services through to full representation.

Working together with this common vision, and with right on our side, surely we will prevail!

Update:  Here is a link to the awards ceremony.  First is the Pro Bono Award to Sheila Gaddis of Volunteer Legal Services Project of Monroe County, New York.  Then Don Saunders describes and presents the Innovations Award at about 7 min and 15 seconds in.

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About richardzorza

I am deeply involved in access to justice and the patient voice movement.
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3 Responses to Thoughts on an Award

  1. Lisa Colpoys says:

    Congratulations on a well deserved honor!

  2. Claudia Johnson says:

    All of us are in this together–and Richard you show us that–thank you for all you do and all you teach us. I could not think of a better time to acknowledge your marvelous contribution to the field.

  3. Congratulations – you deserve it.

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