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Partnership for Success Awards

In partnership with LexisNexis, this NCBF award honors bar foundation initiatives that make a significant impact in their community on issues for which lawyers are uniquely positioned to lead. An underlying goal of this foundation initiative is to establish new partnership opportunities, or leverage existing ones, through the meaningful involvement and support from an affiliated bar association and other allied members of the legal community.

The winning program is recognized at the joint Annual Meeting Luncheon of the National Conference of Bar Presidents, National Association of Bar Executives, and National Conference of Bar Foundations.  A presentation about the program and its impact is also featured at the NCBF members meeting. The selected Foundation receives $1,500 in unrestricted funds generously donated by LexisNexis.

Call for 2019 Award Nominations

NCBF is accepting applications for the 2019 NCBF/LexisNexis Partnerships for Success Award. Applications will be reviewed and a winner will be selected in May. The Award will be presented at the 2019 NCBF Annual Meeting in August, in San Francisco, CA.

To submit an application, please complete the form below no later than April 27.

2019 NCBF/LexisNexis Partnerships for Success Award Application

Criteria for selection of the Partnerships for Success Award are that the program:

  1. Is consistent with the NCBF guiding principles;
  2. Has a significant impact on the justice system or the community at large;
  3. Advances a foundation mission that has meaningful support from the association and/or its members;
  4. Engages other community partners (e.g., law firms, the courts, other legal organizations, other foundations supporting or developing law-related programs);
  5. Can serve as a model for other bar associations and/or foundations that could be replicated in some way; and
  6. Demonstrates meaningful involvement and support from the bar association, including (but not limited to):
  • A formal joint initiative co-sponsored and co-administered by the association and foundation
  • An initiative where the foundation is the lead entity but has the association's approval and which significantly involves association members in the work
  • An association program funded by the foundation which also directly advances the foundation's mission
  • A foundation program or collaborative that advances access to justice in partnership with service providers, the courts or organized philanthropy

Previous Partnerships for Success Award Winners:

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