Christopher T. Nace of Paulson & Nace, PLLC Elected to the Executive Committee of the Public Justice Foundation

Attorney Christopher T. Nace has been elected to the Executive Committee of the Public Justice Foundation in Washington, D.C.

Washington, District of Columbia, United States - August 10, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Paulson & Nace, PLLC, is proud to announce that attorney Christopher T. Nace has been elected to the Executive Committee of the Public Justice Foundation.

The Public Justice Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable educational and membership organization which, "pursues high impact lawsuits to combat social and economic injustice, protect the Earth's sustainability, and challenge predatory corporate conduct and government abuses," according to their mission statement.

“I welcome the opportunity to continue to contribute to the vital work of the Public Justice Foundation,” said Christopher Nace. “I look forward to doing my part to preserve justice, and inspire others to serve the public interest and protect civil rights and liberties.”

Founded in 1982, the Public Justice Foundation, which was previously called the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice Foundation, is a non-profit whose mission is to support the work of Public Justice, a national public interest law firm. The support of more than 3,500 trial attorneys and advocates throughout the country has enabled Public Justice to pursue social justice cases on behalf of all citizens.

About Christopher T. Nace

Christopher T. Nace is an award-winning injury and medical malpractice attorney. He has tried several cases to verdict in Washington, D.C., Maryland and West Virginia. He is a past president of the Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C. (TLA-DC), and he serves on the Executive Committee of the American Association for Justice. Mr. Nace has received AAJ’s Distinguished Service Award three times, was a recipient of the Wiedemann Wysocki Award and the Heavy Lifting award, and has been recognized by Best Lawyers, Super Lawyers, Washingtonian Magazine, and The National Trial Lawyers Top 100. He also serves on the National Capital Region board of the Living Classrooms Foundation.

About Paulson & Nace PLLC

Paulson & Nace, PLLC, is a family firm powered by a team of father-and-sons. For the last 40 years, Paulson & Nace has garnered a reputation for taking on the challenging cases. They fight for the rights of those injured because of negligence in Washington, D.C. and West Virginia. The attorneys primarily focus on:

• Medical Malpractice
• Birth Injuries
• Personal Injury
• Wrongful Death
• Consumer Protection

Contact Info:
Name: Christopher Nace
Email: ctnace@paulsonandnace.com
Organization: Paulson & Nace
Address: 1025 Thomas Jefferson St NW #810, Washington, DC 20007
Phone: (202) 851-9899

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