IVP Fair and Free Emmy Award-Winning Video For Use in Jury Assembly Rooms and Community Outreach
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IVP at the 2018 Annual Florida Bar Convention
Informed Voters, Fair Judges on display at the 2018 Annual Florida Bar Convention
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Justice Robin Hudson Honored Among Women Justices of the Supreme Court of North Carolina
The Supreme Court of North Carolina honored the women justices who have served on the state's highest court as a part of the Supreme Court’s 200th anniversary celebration.
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New Resources for Evaluating Judicial Candidates
Each year, over 1 million voters leave the ballot blank when it comes to voting for judges. Many voters do not know what to look for in selecting judges or why they are on the ballot. Additionally, voters are not sure what resources exist to help them evaluate judicial candidates. The new publication from the Informed […]
Brennan Center Report: Who Pays for Judicial Races?Posted on
From the Brennan Center for Justice Under the constitution, our courts are obliged to provide equal justice regardless of wealth, status, or political connections. But in a new report, the latest in the series The Politics of Judicial Elections, we found that the integrity of our state supreme courts is increasingly under threat from a […]