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Alaska Judicial Council, American Association for Justice, American Bar Association Judicial Division, American Bar Association Standing Committee on Judicial Independence, American Board of Trial Advocates, American Constitution Society, American Judges Association, Association of Business Trial Lawyers, BallotReady, Brennan Center for Justice, California Judges Association, Caribbean Bar Association, Colorado Judicial Institute, DRI, The Florida Bar, Florida Association of Women Lawyers, Foundation for Democracy and Justice, Foundation of the International Association of Defense Counsel, Foundation of the International Constitution Society, Haitian Lawyers Association, Hispanic National Bar Association, iCivics, Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, Justice at Stake, League of Women Voters, League of Women Voters of Florida, League of Women Voters Miami-Dade County, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, National Bar Association, National Bar Association Judicial Council Division, National Constitution Center, National Center for State Courts, and Our Courts America Project.
About the National Association of Women Judges
NAWJ is the nation’s leading voice for women jurists dedicated to preserving judicial independence, ensuring equal justice and access to the courts for women, minorities and other historically disfavored groups, providing judicial education on cutting-edge issues, and increasing the numbers and advancement of women judges at all levels to more accurately reﬂect their full participation in a democratic society. NAWJ members include federal, state, tribal, military and administrative law judges at both the appellate and trial levels from every state in the nation. The National Association of Women Judges “Informed Voters – Fair Judges” project is a non partisan voter education project developed to increase public awareness about the judicial system, to inform voters that politics and special interest attacks have no place in the courts, and to give voters the tools they need to exercise an informed vote in favor of fair and impartial courts.