A National Partnership Working for Fair and Impartial Courts
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"Across the country, state courts are drowning in a sea of special-interest campaign money."
New York Times editorial

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Justice at Stake (JAS) is a bipartisan national campaign working to keep America's courts fair, impartial and independent. Through its network of 50 partner organizations, Justice at Stake educates the public and works for reforms to keep politics and special interests out of the courtroom so that judges can protect our rights, guarantee equal justice and make decisions without fear of political intimidation. 
Justice at Stake is an equal opportunity employer. Persons of color, women, persons with disabilities, and LGBT persons are strongly encouraged to apply.

Current Openings:


Justice at Stake (JAS)—the only national organization that focuses exclusively on keeping our courts fair and impartial – seeks an experienced advocate to serve as its  Director of Diversity initiatives. 

A bipartisan organization working to keep courts fair and impartial, JAS educates the public and works for reforms to keep politics and special interests out of courts so judges can protect our rights and make decisions based solely on the facts and the law, without fear of political intimidation. Justice at Stake believes that diverse benches improve the quality of justice and build public confidence in all communities that our courts are fair and impartial. In coordination with our allies, we are taking concrete steps to increase diversity on the bench.

The positions and policies of Justice at Stake publications and campaign partners are their own, and do not necessarily reflect those of other campaign partners or board members.
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