NCAJ Award Nomination Form

NCAJ Award Nomination Form
Given for commitment to acquiring “full freedom” for all citizens of North Carolina and exceptional advocacy that protects individual liberties. Recognizes active service in their local community with a focus on the status and welfare of families and minority citizens.
Given for excellence in the teaching of trial advocacy.
Recognizes a print or broadcast journalist whose work has contributed to protecting people’s rights.
Given to an attorney and his or her client in cases where the client’s story and the attorney’s representation has made a real difference in protecting people’s rights.
Presented to a paralegal that has made significant contributions in the fight for justice on behalf of their clients and the citizens of North Carolina.
Established to recognize extraordinary and selfless service to the people of North Carolina in keeping with the legacy of Justice Thurgood Marshall.
The highest award given by the Advocates for Justice. For extraordinary service to justice and to the Advocates for Justice in the tradition of our founding members, Allen Bailey, Charles Blanchard, James Clontz, Eugene Phillips and William Thorp.
Given in circumstances such as outstanding leadership during a legislative session or outstanding leadership/assistance in a public service project.