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Former Clerks Pay Tribute to Judge Leonard Sand

Former Clerks Pay Tribute to Judge Leonard Sand

  "Thirty-nine years ago, on May 19, 1978, the Hon. Leonard B. Sand was appointed to the United States District Court[...]

2017 Pillars of Justice Awards

2017 Pillars of Justice Awards

Be sure to attend this year's Pillars of Justice Awards reception featu[...]
Keeping it 100: Students Challenge School Segregation - May 30th

Keeping it 100: Students Challenge School Segregation - May 30th

In collaboration with The Century Foundation and St. Ann & The Holy Tri[...]

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