Killa Marti is an attorney at Solano Law Firm and founder of Clarkston Justice Center in Clarkston, Georgia. Throughout her journey to Justice Champion, there were many confirmations of the calling on her heart. Killa’s mother, an attorney with 30 years of experience, taught her that God loves justice and He has called us to…

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Dee Arnold – wife, mother of two, attorney at WillCounsel and volunteer – established and now serves at an Administer Justice site located in Saint Charles, Illinois at Christ Community Church. The clinic provides a wide range of services to meet the immediate and future needs of individuals facing civil legal matters, who are unable…

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Sarah Sullivan is the President and CEO of Jericho Road Legal Services Ministry, a Christian legal aid based in Saint Johns, Florida.  She became aware of the unmet need in her community while working as a clinical professor at Florida Coastal School of Law. Moved by her pastor’s challenge to live out her faith seven…

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build justice community

My friend Joe Abraham and I were in Lancaster, Pennsylvania this week exploring how to build justice community together.  Gospel Justice Initiative (GJI) establishes partnerships with local communities to run legal ministries that free people from legal burdens so they can flourish.  Doing justice through the law requires expertise and a team.  No one does justice…

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legacy impact

Do you believe you were meant for something bigger?  Maybe not grand famous things, but something of significance and lasting value.  I believe the Creator of the Universe created you for such a purpose.  Let me show you one way to have legacy impact through legal ministry. “Do you miss it?” The question caught me…

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special agent

Lawyers are special agents of justice.  Our very title – “esquire” – means “shield bearer” – one who is called to protect the vulnerable.  From the time of Magna Charta to our present rules of professional responsibility, we are agents of justice standing in the gap on behalf of the poor. What an opportunity! You…

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Another shooting in the news.  Nine people were shot before officers killed the gunman in Houston, Texas.  Armed with a handgun, rifle, and 2600 rounds of ammunition, the scene could have been much worse. Another shooting involving a black…  Let’s be honest.  Too many people would end that sentence with ‘man’.  This shooting?  This shooting…

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by Bruce Strom This Monday we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. day.  We are right to honor a man who demonstrated that greater love has no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends.  Dr. King bore no hate toward anyone.  He looked not to his own interest but to…

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by Bruce Strom I dropped my sons off at their high school today. I hope they were allowing costumes as I saw cats, witches and an assortment of others entering the school. But my son had the scariest costume of all. He was a lawyer. Dressed in a sharp suit, nothing strikes more fear than…

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One in three Americans cannot afford an attorney.  When the legal issues they face involve protection from fraud, abuse, exploitation, and unfair practices that threaten their families, housing, health and stability, the need for access to justice is critical.  Every day more than 4,300 single moms, senior citizens, vets and others are turned away from…

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