John Mobley named to Board of Governors of S.C. Association for Justice

John Mobley became an attorney to ensure justice for South Carolina residents. Now, he is taking his personal mission one step further as a member of the Board of Governors of the South Carolina Association for Justice.

“I became an attorney to help people fight for their rights and to help see that justice is served,” Mobley said. “The South Carolina Association for Justice is a valuable resource for helping me do that.”

A native of Columbia, Mobley has been a personal injury and criminal defense trial attorney for more than 25 years. Mobley believes strongly in teaching others about the law, which is why he has been a legal correspondent for news stations and a lecturer on various legal topics.

The South Carolina Association for Justice (SCAJ) was founded more than 50 years ago by a small group of trial lawyers and is now a statewide organization with more than 1,200 members. SCAJ serves as a resource to its members, promoting connections, providing education, presenting value and preserving justice.

According to the SCAJ mission statement: “We fight tirelessly to protect the rights of the individual; to seek justice through open and fair courtrooms; to resist unjust laws; to support policies that hold wrongdoers accountable; to strengthen the justice system through education and action; and to uphold the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity in the legal profession.”

Mobley considers it an honor to serve on the Board of Governors for an organization that shares his mission to fight for the rights of all people.

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