Speaker - Nan Aron

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A leading voice in public interest law for over 30 years, Nan Aron is President of the Alliance for Justice, a national association of public interest and civil rights organizations. Nan, who founded the Alliance in 1979, guides the organization in its mission to advance the cause of justice for all Americans, strengthen the public interest community's influence on national policy and foster the next generation of advocates. In 1985, Nan founded the Alliance's Judicial Selection Project, now the country's premier voice for a fair and independent judiciary and a major player in the often-controversial judicial nominations process. Notable accomplishments include helping to defeat Robert Bork's nomination to the Supreme Court in 1987; supporting the nomination of Roger Gregory, the first African American judge in the Fourth Circuit, in 2001; and organizing the effort that helped support ten Senate filibusters against President George W. Bush's most extreme judicial nominees.

5 Programs

Roe at Risk: Fighting for Reproductive Justice

12.10.13 | 01:17:38 min | 0 comments

Civil Rights in the Balance: John Lewis' Call to Action

07.25.13 | 01:21:22 min | 0 comments

Jeffrey Toobin & Others: The State of the Supreme Court

12.06.12 | 01:20:30 min | 0 comments