The Education Committee is the educational arm of the Minnesota Association for Justice, with responsibility for all Minnesota Association for Justice education programs. It offers Association members the highest quality faculty. The Education Committee will establish the education policy for Minnesota Association for Justice, which includes the location, general format, speakers and topics for all education programs. It is the policy of Minnesota Association for Justice to affirmatively seek out and encourage the participation of minorities, women, and new faculty members in all education programs.
Minnesota Association for Justice is dedicated to maintaining and improving the quality of advocacy and the representation of the citizen whose criminal or civil rights have been abridged, including injury to person or property. The purpose of the education programs sponsored by this Association is to share the knowledge of the profession in furtherance of that goal. The Association has in the past and will continue to strive for the highest quality in faculty and content.
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