Gruber Prize for Justice

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The Gruber Prize for Justice is one of five international prizes awarded by The Peter and Patricia Gruber Foundation[1] an American non-profit organization based in Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands with offices in New York City.[2] The Gruber Justice Prize was established in 2001,[3] and the annual prize is worth $500,000 (US).[4]

Recipients are selected by a distinguished panel of international legal experts from nominations that are received from around the world.[5]

The Gruber Foundation Justice Prize is presented to individuals or organizations for contributions that have advanced the cause of justice as delivered through the legal system. The award is intended to acknowledge individual efforts, as well as to encourage further advancements in the field and progress toward bringing about a fundamentally just world.[6]



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