Have you found yourself asking this question? Look no further for the answer! CJI founder and board member Mitch recently published an article in the NYU Journal of Legislation and Public Policy highlighting the structure and methodology of these legal venues. Want to learn more about how CJI and like-minded firms operate? Read his awesome piece here.
CJI's very own Seep Paliwal was honored this week as one of the Wisconsin Law Journal's 2017 "Up and Coming Lawyers." We're so excited to see Attorney Paliwal's dedication to the Municipal Defense Project and Foreclosure Defense Project being recognized.
Madison Municipal Court Judge Daniel Koval expressed his support for Attorney Paliwal's work, noting "she has been instrumental in coordinating a program where attorneys provide free legal services for homeless and indigent persons that have ordinance violations in municipal court [...] and it is apparent from my contact with Seep that she truly cares about making a difference in the justice system."
It's almost that time of the year! Community Justice Inc.'s 13th Annual Fundraiser will be held on October 4th at Old Sugar Distillery -- featuring catering from the Goodman Center's Working Class Catering and an exciting silent auction spread. Find tickets and additional info here.