Judge Piper Griffin Receives 60% of the Votes of the New Orleans Bar Association’s Judicial Preference Poll
The New Orleans Bar Association (NOBA) has released the results of its judicial preference poll with Judge Piper Griffin receiving an astounding 60% of the votes. Judge Griffin continues to gain momentum, establishing that she is prepared and ready to assume the position as the next justice for the 7th District of the Louisiana Supreme Court.
“To be honored by my colleagues in the judicial system with such a tremendous vote of confidence is both humbling and rewarding,” said Judge Piper Griffin. “I have lived my life by the mantra ‘to whom much is given, much is required’. I have and will continue to give my life in service – to my family, my community, my friends, and to the people of Orleans and Jefferson Parish.”
Judge Griffin is committed to the work of protecting the rights and liberties of all by ensuring accessible justice and equal protection under the law; promoting accountability and professionalism throughout the judiciary; enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of court operations; as well as increasing understanding and building confidence in the judiciary.
Judge Griffin has been consistent both on and off the bench – in educational, legal, and social settings whether with the members of the legal community, her church community, or the myriad of civic organizations in which she is involved.
As a compassionate and impartial jurist, Judge Griffin adheres meticulously and courageously to the rule of law and respects all who appear before her. She is committed to making a difference on the bench and the judicial preference poll is another indicator that she is uniquely qualified and ready to be the next Associate Justice on the Louisiana Supreme Court.
Judge Griffin is also endorsed by Alliance for Good Government, Independent Women’s Organization (IWO), AFL-CIO, Voters Organized To Educate (VOTE), United Teachers of New Orleans (UTNO), Concerned Leadership Organizational Unity Tenacity and Ministerial Alliance (CLOUT), Forum for Equality, Black Organization for Leadership Development (BOLD), and the Orleans Parish Democratic Executive Committee (OPDEC).