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Tickets going fast for next week’s Defenders of Justice Awards

Defenders of Justice 2013Whether it’s the current environment in Raleigh or something else in the air, it looks like there will be a BIG crowd at next Thursday’s 15th Annual Defenders of Justice event.  

The Defenders of Justice Awards, of course, are presented each year by the N.C. Justice Center to honor individuals or organizations in North Carolina who are making significant contributions in the following areas or work:  Litigation; Research and Policy Development; Public Policy Advocacy and Grassroots Empowerment/Community Capacity Building. 

Ths year’s event will take place next Thursday May 9 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Carolina Club at UNC Chapel Hill’s George Watts Hill Alumni Center.

Tickets are going fast so don’t get shut out. REGISTER AND PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

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