Each fall, Equal Justice Works honors lawyers who exemplify the values we hold dear—compassion, dedication, and commitment to achieving our nation’s promise of equal justice for all—at our Annual Dinner. This year, Equal Justice Works will hold The Scales of Justice, a virtual event celebrating our community of lawyers.

One of the largest fundraising events in Washington, D.C. hosted by a nonprofit organization, The Scales of Justice will raise critical funds needed to support our programs that mobilize passionate public service leaders.

October 13, 2020

The Scales of Justice is a virtual event.
More information to come.

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2019 Annual Dinner Highlights

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Washington Hilton Ballroom in Washington, D.C.
2019 Equal Justice Works Fellow Azin Ahmadi
2018 Equal Justice Works Fellows Beverly Graham-Foy and Rosalyn Scriven, of the Crime Victims Justice Corps
2018 Equal Justice Works Fellow Brendan Wood, funded by the Text-to-Give campaign, with executive director David Stern
2018 Equal Justice Works Fellow Brendan Wood
Equal Justice Works Fellows Brendan Wood (2019), Michele Johnson (1996), Beverly Graham-Foy (2018), Rosalyn Scriven (2018), Nathan Goncalves (2018), and Katrina Feldkamp (2018), with executive director David Stern (center)
David Gregory, master of ceremonies
Executive director David Stern with Board of Counselors member Allegra Nethery, of Seyfarth Shaw LLP