Access Justice Brooklyn Gala to honor litigation powerhouse Faith Gay and real estate maven Nicki Livanos
On Oct. 11, 2023, the Brooklyn Museum will serve as the host venue for the much-anticipated Access Justice Brooklyn 2023 Gala. Beginning at 7 p.m. with a cocktail reception, this event will honor trailblazers in the legal profession, while fostering a commitment towards broadening access to justice for Brooklynites.
Access Justice Brooklyn operates with the conviction that providing legal support can significantly shift the balance of inequity in society. It views public service and legal advice as critical elements for defending rights and maintaining justice. The gala acts as the organization’s principal fundraising event, where funds raised are funneled directly to amplify the group’s substantial impact throughout the borough.
This year’s gala will bestow honors on Faith Gay, a founding partner at Selendy Gay Elsberg PLLC, and Nicki Livanos, director of real estate investments at Equitable. The Champion of Justice Award will be presented to AXA XL, a global commercial insurance and reinsurance firm, marking its outstanding contribution to the cause of justice.
Faith Gay, an acclaimed litigation expert with a nationally recognized career, has served as lead counsel in more than 35 jury trials. Her dedication to the field of law is exemplified by her numerous accolades, including recognition as a “Litigation Trailblazer” by the National Law Journal and receiving the prestigious Gould Award for Outstanding Appellate Advocacy in 2019.
Nicki Livanos, with her exceptional insight into financial sectors, leads real estate investments for Equitable portfolios, worth over $15 billion.
The hosting committee comprises esteemed figures from various legal domains, including Adam Gilbert, Gala Chair and Partner at Nixon Peabody LLP, and Janice Mac Avoy, Partner at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP.
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