Meet Our Sponsors
The Trial Lawyer National Portrait Gallery (TLNPG) is honored to have three exceptional partners and sponsors in its quest to build a comprehensive collection of original art documenting the history of the trial lawyer community and reflecting its core values of fairness and justice for all.
Thomas V. Girardi
Thomas V. Girardi, prominent Los Angeles trial attorney of the law firm Girardi Keese, is renowned for his exceptional trial skills in over 100 juried cases (including the famous Erin Brockovich case); his copious, prestigious awards; his originality; his compassion; and his committed support of creative talent. He sits on the Madison Council, a private board of trustees of the Library of Congress and has recently endowed the Library with a remarkable collection of 96 courtroom illustrations capturing great trials of the American justice system. His support for TLNPG is invaluable.
Robert Silkey is a visionary business leader, creative entrepreneur and the founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of Einstein Industries Inc. in San Diego. He leads a world class team of professionals dedicated to business solutions and internet strategies, assuring a premium web presence for professional clients throughout the United States. TLNPG is truly a virtual gallery thanks to the generosity, commitment, and expertise of the people at Einstein Law.
Images of Justice
Images Of Justice was founded in 1991 by the artist, author, publisher, and speaker, Trevor Goring to explore the visual history and symbolism of the law from earliest times. For over 25 years, we have developed lasting relationships with thousands of distinguished members of the legal community, as well as with multiple legal associations, courthouses, and law firms.
All works in the Images Of Justice collection are created to the highest museum quality standards. The entire body of work is designed to celebrate those who have dedicated their lives to maintaining the fundamental values of a fair and balanced criminal and civil justice system accessible to all.
"The credit belongs to the one who is actually in the arena."Theodore Roosevelt