Brian Franciskato, Elected to Board of Governors for The American Association for Justice

Brian Franciskato AAJ Board of Governors

The Nash & Franciskato Law Firm congratulates Brian S. Franciskato for being elected by his peers to sit on the Board of Governors for The American Association for Justice (AAJ).

The Board of Governors is the governing body for the association, whose mission is to promote a fair and effective justice system. The organization is:

  • Dedicated to promoting legal accountability and safety
  • Committed to advocating for a balanced civil justice system
  • Committed to improving communities
  • Focused on educating attorneys to be excellent advocates for those who have been injured

“This is a great honor,” says Franciskato. “As with being named Super Lawyer, this is validation from my peers and tells clients and potential clients we are focused on obtaining fair and effective settlements for them and that we give back to the community.”

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About the AAJ Board of Governors

The Board meets regularly, four times a year, at the Annual and Winter Conventions and at a Spring and Fall Meeting. Each affiliated state trial lawyer organization is represented on the Board by two or more Governors; and Governors are also chosen by international jurisdictions and by various caucuses, organizations and groups within the Association. The elected AAJ national officers, plus the Immediate Past President, also serve on the Board.


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