Gibson Vance assumed the role of President of the American Association for Justice (AAJ), the world’s largest trial bar, at the organization’s annual convention on July 14th. As President, Gibson will spearhead AAJ’s mission of making sure people have a fair chance to receive justice through the legal system, even when it means taking on the most powerful corporations. Gibson says “its an honor to lead AAJ at a time when the importance of the civil justice system has never been more obvious.” As President, he will continue AAJ’s efforts to strengthen the civil justice system and ensure all Americans have access to justice.
Gibson has practiced law for more than 17 years and currently focuses in our firm on personal injury litigation and consumer fraud cases. He has served as President of the Montgomery County Bar Association, Montgomery Trial Lawyers Association, the Alabama Civil Justice Foundation, and the Alabama Association for Justice.
Access to the civil justice system is critical to making sure that ordinary folks stand a chance against powerful corporations with equal footing. Ensuring those rights is an essential part of what AAJ works for, and it has been a cornerstone of our firm. Gibson is the only person from Alabama to serve as President of the national association. We’re proud to see Gibson embodying our motto of “helping those who need it most.” I am convinced Gibson will do an outstanding job in this tremendous undertaking.
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