Gruber Prize for Justice

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The Gruber Prize for Justice
Awarded forAdvancing the cause of justice as delivered through the legal system
Presented byPeter and Patricia Gruber Foundation
Reward(s)US$500,000
First awarded2001
Websitegruber.yale.edu

The Gruber Prize for Justice, established in 2001, was one of five international prizes worth US$500,000 awarded by The Peter and Patricia Gruber Foundation,[1] an American non-profit organization.[2][3][4]

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

The Gruber Foundation Justice Prize was presented to individuals or organizations for contributions that have advanced the cause of justice as delivered through the legal system. The award was 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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  1. ^ Yale and Patricia and Peter Gruber Announce Establishment of the Gruber Foundation at Yale
  2. ^ The Peter and Patricia Gruber Foundation
  3. ^ Gruber Prize Program Marks 10th Anniversary With Symposium & Live Announcement of Genetics and Neuroscience Prize Recipients
  4. ^ Human Rights Advocates for Victims of Discrimination and Oppression Will Share $500K Gruber International Justice Prize
  5. ^ Recipient Selection Overview
  6. ^ Justice Prize
  7. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-12-20. Retrieved 2011-11-28.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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