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  • Beth Terrell Named Public Justice President

    The new president of Public Justice, Beth Terrell, knew even before she started her legal education that she wanted to use litigation to promote justice for those in the greatest need. Growing up on a farm in Idaho, Terrell developed an independent streak and a strong work ethic that she has consistently directed towards helping others.

Trump Administration Moves to Block Nursing Home Residents’ Access to the Courts

The Trump administration, which has also reduced the use of penalties against nursing homes that mistreat residents, characterizes arbitration agreements as advantageous to both facilities and patients because it allows for quicker resolution of disputes without the expensive costs of litigation. In actuality, though, the administration is placing the interests of giant corporations above some of the country’s most vulnerable citizens.

This Year’s Top Five Reasons They’re Attacking Your Right to a Day in Court

Arthur H. Bryant, Chairman Emeritus Here’s the sad truth: Throughout America, corporations and government officials are violating the law, cheating people, discriminating against people, injuring people, even killing people – and they don’t want to be held accountable. They know the courts are the one…