North Carolina Faith and Justice Alliance Public ConveningPDF
Robinson Bradshaw attorney Julian H. Wright Jr. co-presided over the North Carolina Faith and Justice Alliance Public Convening on Oct. 8 and provided remarks. The convening provided an overview of the Alliance's work, presented information about timely legal issues, and addressed questions from attendees. Mr. Wright's remarks at the end of the session covered how different faith traditions embrace the pursuit of justice for all.
The meeting was streamed live to the public. The Alliance is a program of the North Carolina Equal Access to Justice Commission, which was created by the Supreme Court of North Carolina in 2005 to convene stakeholders and explore solutions to expand access to the civil justice system for people of low income and modest means in North Carolina. Wright serves as vice chair of the Commission and co-chair of the committee.