How We Advocate

The impact of individual legal representation can be amplified by aggregating successes, failures, and case histories for use in both impact litigation and national advocacy campaigns.

Through integrated research, advocacy, litigation, and communication strategies, the Justice Campaign documents how enforcement policies are impacting detained immigrants, their families, and our communities. At the same time, we challenge unlawful government action, defend due process, and demand greater transparency and accountability. We leverage pro bono representation by translating and analyzing often-complex issues for advocates, policymakers, media, and the general public.

We understand that for many volunteers, taking on an individual case leads to an interest in advocating for reform in the immigration system. We connect our nationwide network of Justice Campaign volunteers to local and national groups fighting for fairness and justice for immigrants and provide volunteers with tools to engage a range of advocacy activities.

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