The National Civil Justice Institute’s innovative judicial education program is possible only with the financial support of lawyers, law firms, and other organizations. The Institute gratefully acknowledges the support of the following 2023 Judges Forum contributors, whose generosity helps to assure that NCJI will enrich the understanding of the law in courtrooms throughout the United States.
Counselor ($5,000 and up)
Meshbesher & Spence
Barrister ($3,000 and up)
Keith A. Hebeisen
Delaware Trial Lawyers Association
Florida Justice Association
Harris Lowry Manton LLP
Hawai’i Association for Justice
Mike Kelly, Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger
Kentucky Justice Association
Louisiana Association for Justice through its sister nonprofit entity Bayou Research Institute
Ohio Association for Justice
Patrick Malone & Associates, P.C.
Maryland Association for Justice
Michigan Association for Justice
New Hampshire Association for Justice
J. Randolph Pickett
Washington State Association for Justice
Andrus Anderson LLP
Ciresi Conlin LLP
Kathryn H. Clarke
Robert A. Clifford
Cory Watson, P.C.
Fay Law Group, P.A.
Kazan McClain Satterley & Greenwood
Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, P.C.
Minnesota Association for Justice
Nachawati Law Group
Paulson & Nace, PLLC
Regan Zambri Long PLLC
Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
David G. Wirtes, Jr.
Zoll & Kranz, LLC
Stewart M. Casper
Domnick Cunningham & Yaffa
Galligan Law, P.C.
Law Office Lawrence R. Kream, LLC
Teresa Fariss McClain
Andre M. Mura
Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley
Hofmann & Schweitzer
The Forum for State Appellate Court Judges was endowed by the Law Firm of Habush, Habush & Rottier. The National Civil Justice Institute also gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the AAJ-Robert L. Habush Endowment. None of the donors has any control over the content of the Forum, the makeup of faculty or attendees, nor the placement of information in Forum materials.