A Question of Integrity: Politics, Ethics and the Supreme Court exposes evidence that some Supreme Court justices have attended overtly political meetings, have inappropriately lent their names to private fundraisers, have maintained financial and personal relationships with individuals and institutions that give rise to the appearance of impropriety, and have failed to disclose financial information required by federal law.
First Monday Films
Alliance for Justice’s First Monday films cover critical issues in social justice, access to justice, and public interest advocacy.
Shot on location in Louisiana, this film explores the damage done by this unimaginable environmental calamity to the lives and livelihoods of the people who depend on the waters of the Gulf of Mexico for their income, their food, and the continuation of their culture.
Tortured Law, a 10-minute documentary by Alliance for Justice, examines the role lawyers played in authorizing torture, and calls upon Attorney General Holder to conduct a full investigation of those who ordered, designed, and justified torture.
When Diana Levine went to the hospital in April 2000 seeking relief for a severe migraine headache, the professional musician and children’s record producer never imagined that faulty drug labeling would result in the amputation of her arm. Today she is at the center of a closely-watched Supreme Court case and a national debate about the federal courts and corporate accountability.