Partnership Package

Who can become a partner? 

  • Partnership with the Informed Voters Project is limited to non-partisan organizations or firms that are eager to help educate voters about the importance of a fair and impartial judiciary.

Educational Resources Available to Partners

  • Project partners gain full access to our Presentation Toolkit: a ready-made civic education package designed to maintain a fair and impartial judiciary.
  • We will gladly work with our partners to co-host a Symposium using our educational materials, videos, slide presentations and speakers.

Conference in a Box

  • As an Informed Voters Project partner, you will gain access to a “Conference in a Box”. This turn-key program has been developed to help project partners request, organize and present a panel discussion on fair and impartial courts at your own Conference.

Online Community

  • Partners are invited to link with the Informed Voters Project on social media and submit relevant blog pieces, articles and research to be posted on our website.

Partership Form

Are you interested in learning more about becoming a partner with the Informed Voters Project? If so, please fill out the form below and an Informed Voters Project representative will be in touch with your organization or firm shortly.

Project Partners

We are pleased to have as current partners: 

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 AssociationColorado 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 AssociationHispanic 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 CountyNational 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.