National Forum On Judicial Accountability
NFOJA has approximately 1700 members
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Fall 2009 introduced to America our Community Forums On Judicial Accountability
These free, approximately 1.5 hour sessions explore and expand upon the profound conclusion reached by a distinguished panel that “(r)estoring the Rule of Law when breached is an obligation of and should directly involve all Americans.”
While it appears that law professor emeritus David Barnhizer coined the phrase, multiple legal scholars have characterized U.S. courts as "power distributing centers". Law professor Drew N. Lanier explains that "judges have discretion, grounded in…Continue
Because of their limited circulation of posts, Facebook pages and profiles are becoming an unreliable way for members of social justice groups to stay abreast of each other’s efforts and communicate. So The Law Project (TLP) will be relying more on…Continue
**On September 10, 2015, attorney Zena Crenshaw-Logal*, Executive Director of NFOJA's corporate…Continue
Today - June 1, 2015 - the world was introduced to the concept of PTUSLSA (pa too sa lah), persecution and torture imposed through U.S. legal system abuse a/k/a The Third Degree. A proposed international class action for targets of The Third Degree…Continue