Resources from Justice at Stake
Justice at Stake, founded in 2000, was a nonpartisan organization dedicated to securing fair and impartial courts. Justice at Stake worked to educate the public about the role of the courts, and advocated for reforms protect courts from politics and special interest influences. After 16 years as a leader in the fair courts field, in 2017, Justice at Stake closed its doors.
This page preserves some of Justice at Stake's resource pages, reports, and videos. Read the full press release about Justice at Stake's closing here.
The views expressed on the Justice at Stake resource pages do not necessarily reflect those of the Brennan Center for Justice.
- "Funding Justice: Strategies and Messages for Restoring Court Funding."
- "The Path to the Federal Bench."
- "Improving Diversity on State Courts: a Report From the Bench."
- "Brown v. Board of Education: Attacks on the Courts, 50 Years Ago, 50 Years Later."
- "Courting Danger."
- "Courts... or Calculators."
- "Crusading against the Courts."
- "2008 Midwest Judges, Judicial Candidate Memo."
- Unveiling of the New Politics of Judicial Election Report for 2002, Featuring Sen. McCain
- National Association of Women Judges Conference
- Judges and Hidden Campaign Cash
- PBS Bill Moyers Journal "Justice for Sale" Introduction, Toobin Interview, Closing Essay
- Bert Brandenburg & Adam Skaggs CNN Interview
- Rep Jerry Nadler (D-NY, 8th District) on MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olberman
- Judge Randy Koschnick on UpFront with Mike Gousha
- Justice Shirley Abrahamson on UpFront with Mike Gousha
- Video from New Politics: 'Justice For Sale' Event: Welcoming Remarks Report Presentation Part 1 and Part 2; Panel Discussion Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4; Q&A Part 1 and Part 2