Alliance for Justice Announces Launch of Revamped Website

Press Release


WASHINGTON, D.C., January 9, 2024 – Today Alliance for Justice announces the launch of its new website at AFJ.org. The redesigned site will make it even easier to access AFJ’s catalog of judicial research and nonprofit advocacy resources while bringing cohesion to the AFJ brand.

One of the biggest changes is that AFJ’s two major programs, its Justice Program and Bolder Advocacy, are now on one site. Previously, Bolder Advocacy’s library of information to help nonprofits and foundations build power through advocacy existed on a separate site, but those resources now live at AFJ.org, creating a one-stop shop for advocacy needs.

The Justice Program also received an overhaul, with a new streamlined federal judicial nominations tracker, an enhanced State Court Justice Project, and a dynamic new search feature that will make it even easier to find research on our state and federal courts and who serves on them.

The streamlined Membership section enables us to prominently feature the amazing impact of our diverse member organizations and makes it easy for interested organizations to join us.

Our new “The Latest” page tracks week-to-week developments at AFJ, including press releases, podcasts, blog posts, op-eds, news clips, and new resources. It’s a great bookmark to keep track of AFJ’s work, both through its Justice Program and Bolder Advocacy.

Alliance for Justice President Rakim H.D. Brooks issued the following statement: 

“Alliance for Justice has grown so much in recent years, and we couldn’t be more excited to unveil a website designed to showcase that growth and the important work we’re doing. From expanding our federal courts work through Building the Bench to launching the State Court Justice Project to developing an even greater library of Bolder Advocacy resources for nonprofits, it’s exciting that all of AFJ’s impressive work can now be easily found under one roof. The new AFJ.org is just one step you can expect to see from us in 2024. We are, as ever, committed to building power, transforming our courts, and securing justice for all.”

Check out the new website at AFJ.org.

Press Contact

Zack Ford
Press Secretary
zack.ford@afj.org
(202) 464-7370