Loyola’s Civil Justice Program annually honors lawyers who have made extraordinary contributions to the civil justice system.
Patrick Farber Structured Settlements will be co-sponsoring the reception at the 2010 Tribute to Champions of Justice Dinner, Friday, October 1 at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Honored that evening will be Samuel A. “Skip” Keesal, Jr., founding member of Keesal, Young & Logan and Brian Panish, partner with Panish Shea & Boyle.
The Civil Justice Program at Loyola Law School Los Angeles focuses its research and public attention on the civil justice system. It is supported by the Consumers Attorneys Public Education Fund, a program of the Consumers Attorneys Association of Los Angeles; the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel; the American Board of Trial Advocates; Daniels Fine Israel & Shonbuch, LLP; and the Southern California chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocate.