Through strategic litigation, award-winning media relations, outreach, research, and training, the Institute for Justice advances a rule of law under which individuals can control their destinies as free and responsible members of society. IJ litigates to secure economic liberty, school choice, private property rights, freedom of speech, and other vital individual liberties and to restore constitutional limits on the power of government. Through these activities, IJ challenges the ideology of the welfare state and illustrates and extends the benefits of freedom to those whose full enjoyment of liberty is denied by government.
The Institute for Justice is the national law firm for liberty. Without constitutionally limited government, America cannot be the land of opportunity. Since 1991, the Institute for Justice has successfully enforced those constitutional limits by litigating in court and the court of public opinion to fight back against government when it infringes on people’s most basic rights. With government power expanding at all levels, the need for IJ’s unique brand of public interest litigation has never been greater. We invite you to join with us as we stand up for our clients and countless others like them.
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