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Volume: 7 Number: 2

Title: Public Justice (formerly: Trial Lawyers for Public Justice/The TLPJ Foundation)

Source/Sponsoring Agency: Public Justice Foundation


Date Checked: 1/4/2012      Status: Updated

Date Annotated: 9/7/2001

Topics: Civil Rights; Consumer Protection Law; Legal Profession; Torts

Other keywords: Litigation

Contents: Updated January 4, 2012. Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (TLPJ) is a consortium of attorneys who specialize in litigation and class actions in civil liberties, environmental law, toxic torts, workers' rights, and consumer protection. Their website describes claims in the works, with information on how to join an existing class action suit, posts news of current cases being handled by the TLPJ, and the text of briefs submitted in other cases. Information packets for attorneys engaged in litigation on topics such as Title IX, lead poisoning, and class action abuse are available for purchase at $75-100. Visitors to the website are invited to submit potential cases as long as they have public interest impact or the potential for important precedent.

Author of Annotation: A. Carson

Last Modified: 6/20/2012