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Maslon is a Lead Sponsor for the 2007 Equal Justice Benefit

September 14, 2007

The Maslon Law Firm is pleased to be a Lead Sponsor for the Council of Crime and Justice's 2007 Equal Justice Benefit on October 9, 2007 in Minneapolis, MN. The benefit will feature guest speaker Malcolm Gladwell, best-selling author of The Tipping Point and Blink. Gladwell will speak on 'Minnesota's Tipping Point," preceding a day-long forum at which the Council on Crime and Justice will present its findings on the key developments affecting criminal justice in Minnesota over the past 50 years.

"As a law firm, we feel it's particularly important to support the Council of Crime and Justice as they work to promote social and criminal justice within the state of Minnesota," stated Maslon Attorney David Schultz, who serves on the Board of Directors for the Council on Crime and Justice.

About the Council on Crime and Justice
The Council on Crime and Justice is an independent, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that has been a leader in the field of social and criminal justice in Minnesota since its founding in 1957. Since that time, the Council has been at the forefront of developing new programs and policies for offenders, crime victims and populations at risk of becoming an offender or victim of crime. The mission of the Council on Crime and Justice is to build community capacity to address the causes and consequences of crime and violence through research, demonstration and advocacy. For more information on the Council of Crime and Justice or the 2007 Equal Justice Benefit, go to:


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