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See social justice in action

Like us on Facebook for your chance to win an international trip for two to explore one of the ABA’s social justice programs in action!

The American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) is an international development program that promotes the rule of law by working with in-country partners to build sustainable institutions and societies that deliver justice, foster economic opportunity and ensure respect for human dignity.

Legal professionals and law students attending ABA-accredited schools who like us on Facebook are eligible to enter the ABA’s “And Justice for All” sweepstakes! If you’ve already liked the page, you’ll be directed straight to the sweepstakes entry form.

The grand prize winner and a guest will receive roundtrip airfare and four nights’ lodging in the destination they choose among the Solomon Islands, Kyrgyzstan or Jordan. Each destination includes an opportunity to meet ABA ROLI participants and enjoy tourist attractions.

The sweepstakes runs Nov. 1 – 30, and each week we’ll be awarding fabulous weekly prizes like iPads®, XM Edge® Radios, $500 Visa® gift cards, or smartphones! The sooner you enter, the more you’ll be eligible to win.

Visit ABA’s Facebook page for more information and to enter “And Justice for All!”

Visit ABA’s Facebook page for official rules. Sweepstakes runs 11/1/12 through 11/30/12. No purchase necessary to enter. Entrants limited to legal professionals and law students attending ABA-accredited law schools; must be age 18 years or older or of legal age of majority in their jurisdictions and legal residents of the U.S. Visa® is a registered trademark of Visa Inc. Sirius XM Edge® is a registered trademark Sirius XM Radio Inc. The iPad® and iTunes® are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. These companies do not endorse or sponsor this contest. This contest is not endorsed or sponsored by Facebook.

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