Alliance for Justice works to ensure that the federal judiciary advances core constitutional values, preserves human rights and unfettered access to the courts, and adheres to the even-handed administration of justice for all Americans.
Every day, federal judges protect the Constitution, place a check on overzealous legislatures, and help Americans find justice.
Demystifying and decoding advocacy by equipping organizations with knowledge and tools.
Over the past several decades, a conservative-led campaign has eviscerated the ability of Americans to have their day in court.
We fight to hold the court to the highest ethical standards, and we fight for a court that upholds the rights of everyday Americans.
The hearings made clear how qualified Ms. Lynch is to be our nation’s top law enforcement officer. Not a single witness opposed her confirmation.
Everyday Americans, particularly our society’s most vulnerable, are losing their ability to stand up for their rights in court. This report highlights one of those attacks: the judicial effort to restrict justice for prison inmates.
What’s at Stake in Williams-Yulee v. The Florida Bar
This year will be a test for the Court. Will it help everyday Americans or continue on its path of judicial overreach that has undermined the civil rights of consumers, racial minorities, and women?
With his ability to get judges confirmed strengthened by Senate rules reform, President Obama is taking commendable steps to increase professional diversity on the federal bench, according to this report released by Alliance for Justice.