Alliance for Justice (AFJ) is a progressive judicial advocacy group in the United States.

Founded in 1979 by current president Nan Aron, AFJ monitors federal judicial appointments. AFJ represents a coalition of 100 politically liberal groups that have an interest in the federal judiciary.

According to the organization, "AFJ works to ensure that the federal judiciary advances core constitutional values, preserves human rights and unfettered access to the courts, and adheres to the even-handed administration of justice for all Americans.

The advocacy information and training Alliance for Justice provides to the nonprofit sector encourages greater civic participation in our democratic system of government by groups speaking on behalf of underrepresented communities.


Alliance for Justice offers a wide range of services to the sector, including:

▪ Professionally planned and executed workshops

▪ Free, one-on-one technical assistance

▪ Public education activities on behalf of the nonprofit sector

▪ Plain-language publications covering a variety of issues related to advocacy in the nonprofit and foundation communities

▪ And much more!

Alliance for Justice's comprehensive Nonprofit Advocacy Program (NAP) and Foundation Advocacy Initiative (FAI) serve the advocacy needs of 501 organizations through workshops, research and publications, technical assistance, public policy, a Speaker Series, and outreach to lawyers & accountants.