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Social and political changes are transforming our world. Fledgling national, racial, cultural, religious and ethnic movements are challenging old assumptions about nation states and the rule of law. The American Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists (AAJLJ), with its commitment to protecting human rights, is working to ensure that law and justice form the foundation of the emerging order. Now is the time to add your voice and your stature to the constant battle for justice, freedom, human rights and civil liberties at home and abroad.
AAJLJ Issues Statement
The American Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists (AAJLJ) expressed its concern today over an anti-Semitic rally that took place in Lodz, Poland last Friday in advance of a local soccer match. According to news reports, during the rally, demonstrators ignited effigies dressed in attire meant to symbolize Orthodox Jews and unfurled a banner calling for the burning of Jews. The AAJLJ sent the statement below to the Hon. Maciej Pisarski, Chargé d’Affaires of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland.
2016 Membership Renewal
The AAJLJ is a “voluntary” organization in that we rely almost totally on the voluntary services of the Board and other members. We thank all those who give of their time that is vitally important to the functioning and success of the Association. But we also need everyone’s financial support. Your contribution is deeply appreciated and will enable the AAJLJ to continue to provide its programs and services.
AAJLJ Statement on Nomination of Judge Merrick Garland
On March 30th, the AAJLJ issued a statement regarding the nomination of Judge Merrick Garland to the United States Supreme Court.
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