Young Conaway Partner, Timothy Jay Houseal, Was Presented With the Lead Chair Award by Combined Campaign for Justice

March 14, 2024Pro Bono News

Young Conaway Commercial Litigation Partner, Timothy Jay Houseal, is the recipient of the Lead Chair Award from the Combined Campaign for Justice (CCJ).

In recognition of Tim's outstanding contributions, CCJ Chair Eric Monzo, Partner at Morris James, presented Tim with the Lead Chair Award for his dedicated service on the Campaign Leadership Committee for the past 7 years and as Young Conaway's Firm Liaison.

During the award ceremony, Tim expressed his gratitude, stating,

“I accept this Award on behalf of my colleagues, who are generous with their time and financial contributions in supporting pro bono projects and legal services to our indigent population. My colleagues make me look good and they tolerate my annual cajoling.”

Looking ahead, Elisabeth Bradley will take on the role for the 2024 Campaign.

In addition to Tim's individual recognition, Young Conaway was honored with the Large Firm Award at the 2024 Combined Campaign for Justice Annual Award Celebration.
Young Conaway achieved 71% individual attorney participation and those attorneys contributed $56,626.06 in 2023.  This amount is on top of the Firm Partnership contribution of $75,000 (i.e. for a total of $131,626.06 for the 2023 Campaign). The Campaign as a whole raised an impressive $1.67 million.

About Combined Campaign for Justice (CCJ):
CCJ funds 3 nonprofit organizations who provide legal services to the neediest and most vulnerable in Delaware (i.e. Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, the Community Legal Aid Society, and Legal Services Corporation of Delaware).