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Awards

Special recognition for inMotion and our volunteers

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2006 Ruth G. Schapiro Memorial Award
Catherine J. Douglass

New York State Bar Association
Catherine J. Douglass, inMotion executive director, was the recipient of the New York State Bar Association's 2006 Ruth G. Schapiro Memorial Award. Established in 1992 in memory of the first chair of the Association's Committee on Women in the Law, the award honors an individual who has made noteworthy contributions to advance the concerns of women in our justice system.
 
 
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Douglass to receive ’06 Ruth G. Schapiro Memorial Award, NYSBA State Bar News, January/February 2006(PDF format, 1 pages, 126k)

 

 

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2005 President's Pro Bono Award
Evelyn McCabe

New York State Bar Association
InMotion volunteer attorney Evelyn McCabe received the New York State Bar Association's (NYSBA) 2005 President's Pro Bono Award. In the course of one year, Evelyn represented more than 20 women in uncontested divorces, many of whom are mothers seeking shelter for themselves and their children apart from an abusive spouse. Learn more
 
 

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McCabe Honored,” Norwood News, June 2–15, 2005 (PDF format, 1 page, 84k)

 

 

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2005 Volvo for Life Awards
Catherine J. Douglass, Semifinalist
InMotion executive director Catherine J. Douglass was selected as a semifinalist in the 2005 Volvo For Life Awards. The awards honor ordinary people who go above and beyond the call of duty to help others in Volvo's core mission areas of safety, quality of life and the environment. Read more.

 

 

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2004 Samuel J. Duboff Memorial Award
The Fund for Modern Courts
The Samuel J. Duboff Memorial Award recognizes non-attorneys who have made extraordinary contributions toward improving the equality of justice in New York State . Each year, hundreds of individuals who are not lawyers volunteer at inMotion, providing critical legal assistance to low-income women throughout New York City who seek help with a wide array of family, matrimonial and immigration matters.

 

 
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Duboff Award: Special Recognition for inMotions Non-attorney Volunteers,” inMotion Newsletter, Winter 2005. (PDF format, 1 page, 217k)
 
  Learn more about the The Fund for Modern Courts .

 

 

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2004 Denison Ray Nonprofit Award
New York State Bar Association
In celebration of outstanding public service, inMotion received the NYSBA's 2004 Denison Ray Nonprofit Award. InMotion was honored for creatively leveraging legal resources and mobilizing over 1,000 pro bono volunteers from major law firms, in-house corporate legal departments and solo and small firm practitioners to deliver quality legal services to low-income, underserved and abused women in New York City .

 
  PDF “ InMotion wins Denison Ray Award,” inMotion Newsletter, Spring 2004. (PDF format, 1 page, 206k)
 
  PDF “ Lawyers in Ithaca, White Plains, Albany and New York receive Denison Ray Award,” NYSBA State Bar News, July/August 2004. (PDF format, 1 page, 122k)
 
  PDF “Denison Ray Awards Honor Staff Attorneys,” Pro Bono News, Fall 2004. (PDF format, 1 page, 460k)

 

 

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2004 President's Pro Bono Award
David Tomlin

New York State Bar Association
InMotion volunteer attorney David Tomlin received the NYSBA's 2004 President's Pro Bono Award for providing extraordinary service to indigent women living in the Bronx . Between 2002 and 2004, David volunteered at 14 walk-in legal clinics, providing free advice and counsel to over 40 women. David also represented two pro bono clients, one a hearing-impaired domestic violence survivor.

 
  PDF “InMotion Attorney Volunteer Wins New York State Bar Association Award,” inMotion Newsletter, Spring 2004. (PDF format, 1 page, 205k)

 

 

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2003 President's Pro Bono Award
Rochelle Sendar

New York State Bar Association
InMotion volunteer attorney Rochelle Sendar received the NYSBA's 2003 President's Pro Bono Service Award in recognition of her outstanding service to low-income and battered women living in the Bronx. Over the course of two years, Rochelle donated more than 1,300 hours of pro bono services and provided direct representation to 18 inMotion clients in highly contested cases in both Family and Supreme Court.

 
  PDF “Rochelle Sendar: New York State Bar Association Award Winner,” inMotion Newsletter, Spring 2003. (PDF format, 1 page, 220k)
 
  PDF “Rochelle Sendar,” Pro Bono News/Special Awards Issue, 2003. (PDF format 1 page, 828k)

 

 

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2002 President's Pro Bono Award
Robert Gilmore
New York State Bar Association
Robert Gilmore, inMotion volunteer attorney, was the recipient of the NYSBA 2002 President's Pro Bono Award. In 2002, Robert represented five different women—with cases involving orders of protection, divorce and child support
 
  PDF “The Faces of Pro Bono: 2002 President’s Pro Bono Service Awards,” NYSBA Pro Bono News, Vol. 12, Summer 2002 (PDF format, 1 page, 385k)

 

 

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2002 Harry Chapin Self-Reliance Award
World Hunger Year and the Harry Chapin Foundation
The Harry Chapin Self-Reliance Award, a national award given by World Hunger Year (WHY) and underwritten by the Harry Chapin Foundation, honors organizations that go beyond charity to empower people to change their own lives and build self-reliance. Learn more. (PDF format, 1 page, 110k)

 

 

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2000 President's Pro Bono Award
Jayson L. Lutzky
New York State Bar Association
InMotion volunteer attorney Jayson Lutzky was the recipient of the NYSBA 2000 President's Pro Bono Award. Between 1998 and 2000, Jayson and his small firm represented 15 women referred by inMotion's Bronx office. He has never said no to a referral.

 
 
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