Herman Cole was honored in July with the Medal of Justice Award at New York Law School's Center for Justice & Democracy. "The CJ&D Medal of Justice recognizes the inspirational struggles of those who have been harmed through no fault of their own, and who turned their misfortune into something positive," the organization stated. "By successfully challenging wrongdoers in court, they stood up for justice and as a result, made the world a better place."
Turning Tragedy Into Advocacy
The Connecticut Law Tribune
July 27, 2012
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