Moss & Barnett Family Law Lawyer Debra M. Bulluck Named the Recipient of the Violence Free Minnesota Alice O. Lynch Inspire Award for 2023
Moss & Barnett is pleased to congratulate Debra M. Bulluck, who was selected to be the recipient of the distinguished Violence Free Minnesota (VFMN) Alice O. Lynch Inspire Award for 2023. The Alice O. Lynch Inspire Award is a new award for VFMN and recognizes advocates who embody the spirit of Alice O. Lynch, an advocate and change-maker who displayed extraordinary dedication, leadership, and pioneering contributions to anti-oppression, anti-racism, social norm change, and economic justice work in Minnesota. This award recognizes individuals who identify as Black, Indigenous, or Person of Color (BIPOC) who have exemplified resilience, passion, and unwavering commitment to creating a more equitable and just society. As the first recipient of this award, Debra was recognized for her “efforts [that] have paved the way for meaningful change, challenging oppressive systems and norms while advocating for a violence free Minnesota.” The award was presented to Debra on September 13, 2023, at the 2023 Violence Free Minnesota Inspire Awards Ceremony.
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Debra is a member of Moss & Barnett’s family law team. She is committed to compassionate advocacy and understands that creating a new normal for a transitioning family is not a one-size-fits-all approach. She assists and strategizes with clients to develop creative and effective solutions to complex family matters, including dissolution proceedings, paternity, custody, parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance, orders for protection, distribution of marital assets and debts, and the many other issues today's families face. Prior to joining Moss & Barnett, Debra clerked for the Honorable Mary Madden in the Fourth Judicial District, Hennepin County Family Court, and she served as the Legal Assistance for Victims Project Attorney at Standpoint, providing holistic legal services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
Violence Free Minnesota was founded in 1978 and is a statewide coalition of over 90 member programs working to end relationship abuse. Its mission is to represent victims/survivors of relationship abuse and member programs; challenge systems and institutions; promote social change; and support, educate, and connect member programs.