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News: And Justice for All Exhibit Showing at C&J Through September
On August 11, 2016, C&J hosted Bar Review & And Justice for All Benefit Exhibit. C&J is proud to announce that the event and the And Justice for All exhibit featuring watercolors by Sean Toomey has raised more than $1,800. C&J would like to congratulate attorney Heather L. Thuet on putting together such an incredible event. Please visit C&J's lobby, 257 E. 200 S. Ste. 1100, Salt Lake city, UT 84111, weekdays from 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. to help support And Justice for All. There is validated parking beneath the building. All proceeds will benefit And Justice for All. You can see more of Mr. Toomey's watercolor artwork that is featured at C&J here.
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