National Forum On Judicial Accountability
Headquartered just 20 minutes southwest of downtown Atlanta, Georgia is our alphabet soup of good government organizations, collectively pursuing legal and judicial reform as well as enhancement of grassroots, human rights advocacy in general. National Forum On Judicial Accountability (NFOJA), Golden Badge, Opt IN USA, and Theatre for Justice are projects of National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc. a/k/a THE LAW PROJECT.
Our public service programs are designed to spread the costs and burdens of meaningful reform among large groups of civic minded people and, ultimately, the general public. Our strategies substantially rely on bartering, mutual support, and other creative forms of sharing. Please use the corresponding forms and procedures as they allow our small staff to timely collect and process relevant information which includes regular acknowledgments and updates for program participants.
At present, THE LAW PROJECT provides case-based assistance through four (4) public service programs listed below. An active link is embedded in each of the following program names. You can learn the criteria and steps for participating in these programs by clicking on their respective name.
In addition to the foregoing public service programs, THE LAW PROJECT offers free online training to:
To participate in our e-learning, please advise of your interest via email c/o firstname.lastname@example.org
Your consideration is very much appreciated. We look forward to you following up on one or more of the above referenced programs.
*New cases are not being accepted at this time through P4J.