Con Edison General Counsel Is Honored

, New York Law Journal


The New York County Lawyers' Association and the Metropolitan Black Bar Association presented the annual Ida B. Wells-Barrett Justice Award to Elizabeth Moore during a Feb. 28 ceremony.

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  • Michael

    Kinda SPARSE on the details as to why, how and when she earned the 'award', aren't ya? Not a single Woman of Color, who is not indebted, in bed with and surrounded by such a corrupt and unethical company as Con-Ed, was deserving of this award, huh? Her affiliation with a multi-billion dollar, immoral and inept institution like Con-Ed had nothing to do with her selection, right?

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