Alliance for Justice is a national association of over 100 organizations, representing a broad array of groups committed to progressive values and the creation of an equitable, just, and free society. Alliance for Justice fights to ensure that America lives up to its promise of equal justice under law.

What We Do

  • We fight to take politics out of the judicial selection process and ensure there is a judge for every vacancy on the federal courts.
  • We fight to keep the courthouse doors open to consumers harmed by big business.
  • We fight for the highest standards of ethics and accountability in the judiciary.
  • We fight The 1% Court – a Supreme Court that stacks the deck in favor of big business and against the rest of us.
  • And we help other nonprofits and foundations advocate for a just society.

Press Releases

AFJ in the News

Reports

Key Issues in Brief

  • Judicial Selection

    Every day, federal judges protect the Constitution, place a check on overzealous legislatures, and help Americans find justice.

  • Bolder Advocacy

    Demystifying and decoding advocacy by equipping organizations with knowledge and tools.

  • Access to Justice

    Over the past several decades, a conservative-led campaign has eviscerated the ability of Americans to have their day in court.

  • Supreme 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.

Current Campaigns

  • Reproductive Justice: Roe at Risk

    AFJ’s 2013 First Monday video, Roe at Risk, documents the disturbing reality that 40 years after Roe v. Wade women across the country are seeing their reproductive rights slip away. Increasingly radical state laws: Place impossible requirements on abortion providers Compel women to undergo intrusive procedures Drastically reduce the length of time during which abortion… Read more »

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    Fixing the Senate

    We’ve written a lot about the failure of the United States Senate to confirm judges. But that failure is part of a wider failure – the failure of the Senate itself, brought on by the unprecedented misuse of arcane rules and procedures by the Republican minority.