Nomination of Senator Jeff Sessions to serve as United States Attorney General
- Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Announces Opposition to Senator Jefferson Sessions’ Nomination to Serve as Attorney General of the United States
- Letter From Lawyers’ Committee For Civil Rights Under Law In Opposition To Senator Jefferson Sessions’ Nomination To Serve As Attorney General Of The United States
- Jeff Sessions, The Marion Three, and Why We Need an Attorney General Who Will Fight Voter Suppression
- Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Response to Anticipated Nominations of Senator Jeff Sessions as Attorney General of the United States
- Jeff Sessions Would Gut Civil Rights Enforcement
- Jeff Sessions says he handled these civil rights cases. He barely touched them
Nomination of Betsy Devos to serve as United States Secretary of Education
Nomination of Dr. Ben Carson to serve as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Supreme Court Nominations
Nomination of Judge Merrick Garland to serve on the Supreme Court
Lawyers’ Committee Releases Report Evaluating Supreme Court Nominee Judge Merrick Garland’s Full Record on Civil Rights Cases and Issues Statement to U.S. Senate Urging Immediate Hearing and a Vote.
Lawyer’s Committee Statement on President’s Nomination of Chief Judge Merrick Garland to United States Supreme Court.
National Lawyers’ Committee Reacts to Past 100 Days of Inaction by Senate Majority to Fill the Vacant U.S. Supreme Court Seat. Click here for the statement.
Nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to serve on the Supreme Court
Judge Neil Gorsuch – Fact Sheet
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Issues Response to President’s Nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court. Click here for the statement.
Nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to serve on the Supreme Court
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Issues Response to President’s Nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court. Click here for the statement.
The Judicial Diversity Program seeks to improve the judicial system through increased representation from people of diverse backgrounds working on the judicial bench. The American Bar Association has cited the need to attain greater diversity in the judiciary, and to prove systematic, structured advisory support to the judiciary. This program seeks to satisfy that need.
The Lawyers’ Committee works toward the goal of judicial diversity in three ways:
- A mentorship and networking program for attorneys and law students who might be interested in joining the bench.
- Educating the public on the benefits of increased diversity on the bench.
- Advocating for structural reforms to increase transparency and accountability in the judicial selection process.
Please visit our resources page for research, guidebooks, and general information on judicial diversity.