The Institute for Justice (IJ) is a non-profit libertarian public interest law firm in the United States. It has litigated five cases considered by the United States Supreme Court dealing with topics that included eminent domain, interstate commerce, public financing for elections, school vouchers and tax credits for private school tuition. The organization was founded in 1991. As of 2012, it employed a staff of 65 (including 33 attorneys) in Arlington, Virginia and five regional offices across the United States. Its 2014 budget was $12.8 million.
Sections include: issues, cases, blog, projects, strategic research, legal and policy studies, conferences and events; issue areas include economic liberty, school choice, private property and the First Amendment
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Published just two months before the unfortunate Kelo v. City of New London U.S. Supreme Court decision, expressed hope that the court would rectify the 1954 Berman v. Parker ruling
Discusses a civil asset forfeiture reform law signed by Arizona's governor
Discusses occupational licensing laws, focusing on the onerous requirements imposed by the state of Nevada
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