- Unequal Justice (2012)
- A Question of Integrity (2011)
- Crude Justice (2010)
- Tortured Law (2009)
- Access Denied?: (2008)
- Supreme Injustices (2007)
- Quiet Revolution: (2006)
- AFJ Film Archive
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A Court for the 1%: Learn more about the Corporate Court’s record.
Progressive Values in the Balance: Previewing the 2012-2013 Supreme Court Term: In recent years, the Supreme Court has decided numerous highly controversial cases, often by 5-4 margins, which have served to roll back the clock on decades of progressive jurisprudence. This term could bring more of the same, already packed with cases with the potential to restrict corporate accountability and limit everyday Americans’ civil rights and access to justice. Download now.
2011-12 End of Term Report: The 2011-12 Supreme Court issued a number of important decisions that reflect its continuing bias in favor of corporate interests and against the rights of everyday Americans, demonstrating that Chief Justice John Roberts’ One-Percent Court was once again open for business. Download now.
Poll: Americans’ Attitudes Toward the Corporate Court. AFJ’s latest poll shows that Americans are increasingly concerned about the Roberts Court’s pro-corporate bias and politically-motivated decisions. Learn more.
How the Corporate Court Bends the Law to Favor the 1%: In its most recent term, the Roberts Court continued its trend of bending the law in order to drive its pro-corporate agenda. Download now.
Arbitration Activism: How the Corporate Court Helps Business Evade Our Civil Justice System. Download now.