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Hispanics for a Fair Judiciary

About Us

Hispanics for a Fair Judiciary (HFJ) was formed in April 2005 in order to provide Hispanic leaders across the nation a platform and voice in matters related to our nation's judicial system. HFJ is an unaffiliated, non-partisan, independent network of elected officials, legal, civil rights, labor, academic and political leaders who care deeply about the impact that the Supreme Court has on the Latino community.

Our Mission

HFJ seeks to increase awareness about the historic role the judicial branch has played in impacting Latino community and is dedicated to promoting the nomination and confirmation of diverse, qualified judicial nominees who understand our community and support equal justice for all.

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Our History

HFJ was first launched in 2005 to ensure that Latino voices were heard in the debate around the confirmation of Justices Alito and Chief Justice Roberts. With the announcement of Justice Souter’s retirement in 2009, HFJ was reconstituted as an independent entity to continue educating the Latino community about importance of the Supreme Court and build support for Judge Sotomayor’s confirmation.

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Our Members

Current and past HFJ members and supporters include MALDEF, LULAC, PRLDEF, DUSA, PODER PAC, and many more.

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