An experienced civil attorney based in New Mexico, Kathleen “Kathy” Love serves as partner with McGinn, Carpenter, Montoya & Love, PA. In conjunction with her work as an attorney, Kathy Love is a member of the American Association for Justice.
The American Association for Justice (AAJ) recently partnered with other like-minded organizations to sponsor a nationwide awareness campaign called, “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Distracted.” Along with Students Against Drunk Driving and End Distracted Driving, AAJ invited teenagers across the country to submit videos and memes that highlight the dangers of distracted driving.
The campaign featured several categories for submission. Videos and memes could target the role of friends in preventing distracted driving, the negative social stigmas associated with the practice, the selfish nature of distracted driving, and the role that parents and siblings play. Several celebrities took part in the effort to judge entries and determine which ones were the best. Notable judges included Philadelphia Eagles tight end Brent Celek and ESPN personality Nikky Williams, among others.
Kathleen Love is a partner in the law firm of McGinn, Carpenter, Montoya & Love, P.A., in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Kathy Love represents regular people against big businesses, health care corporations, insurance companies and the government. Ms. Love is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Association for Justice (AAJ), which promotes an equitable application of the law and supports attorneys contending against powerful interests. She is currently a state representative to the AAJ’s board of governors.
The benefits of belonging to AAJ are varied and plentiful. Members can join with other attorneys in their practice areas, enhance their reputation on a national scale, and receive recognition for winning cases. They can also become more media-savvy and be among the first to know about major trials and verdicts.
Recognizing the importance of finding good background information, the AAJ provides members with links to thousands of documents in its national database and affords state-of-the-art research applications. The organization additionally supplies litigation packets, which contain basic documents from successful trials from across the nation. Members can learn useful tactics for investigating and conducting important cases.