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On November 12,
2002, the Internet legal research weblog Inter
Alia selected TLPJ's online database as its "Research Site of
the Day." "The Trial
Lawyers for Public Justice database helps you find over 2,000 trial
lawyer associations, law schools, online legal resources, and public
interest groups throughout the U.S.," wrote publisher Tom Mighell.
"Just select a state, then check off as many items as you want to
find. The groups you can choose from include civil rights, consumer
protection, elder law, housing, legal aid, workers' rights, and more. A
great way to find an organization in another state."
On March 22,
2003, TLPJ’s web site won a Silver
Spider Award for innovative web design. "Thanks for making the
web a more interesting and attractive place to visit," said web
designer Jeff Thrower in presenting the award. "Our compliments on
a job well done!"
On May 12, 2003,
the Christian Science Monitor added TLPJ to its Web Directory of
We Like." The Monitor Web Directory is a
guide to some of the best information resources on the Internet as
selected by Monitor staff. TLPJ's site is one of a few select resources
under the heading of Justice & Law. In particular, the Monitor
highlighted TLPJ's "database
of US lawyers' associations, law schools, online legal resources, and
public interest groups."
named TLPJ's Database for
Public Interest Advocates as its legal research "Web Resource
of the Week" for June 12, 2003.
ResourceShelf is a daily electronic newsletter for
information professionals, compiled and edited by research consultant
Gary D. Price, MLIS. Price is a frequent speaker at professional and
trade conferences, and is the co-author of The Invisible Web:
Uncovering Information Sources Search Engines Can't See (Chris
Sherman and Gary Price, Independent Publishers Group, 2001, 440 pages).
Hightower named the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice web site as a
"Pick o' the Month" for June 2003. National radio commentator,
writer, public speaker, and author of If the Gods had Meant us to
Vote They Would Have Given us Candidates, Hightower has spent three
decades battling the Powers That Be on behalf of the Powers That Ought
To Be -- consumers, working families, environmentalists, small
businesses, and just-plain-folks.
On July 4, 2003, TLPJ's site received an Award
of Merit from Mindless
Perfection. "Our awards
are not given out easily," said Web Mistress Loren Sebastian.
"We hope that this encourages you to keep up the great work. We are
proud to have you amongst the MP Award winners." "Not only you
have done an excellent job but made this world wide web more important
from your creation."
In March 2004, TLPJ received an Astral
Award. The award review team wrote, "We enjoyed visiting your site and learning more about Trial Lawyers for Public Justice. Over all your site is well constructed, easy to navigate, consistent in theme and style, and very content rich. Congratulations on a job well done!"
If you have any questions about TLPJ’s new site, suggestions for
improvement, or additional groups or resources you want us to consider adding to the database, please contact Communications Director Jonathan
Hutson, e-mail email@example.com.
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