The United States Justice Foundation is a nonprofit public interest, legal action organization dedicated to instruct, inform and educate the public on, and to litigate, significant legal issues confronting America
USJF was founded in 1979 by attorneys seeking to advance the conservative viewpoint in the judicial arena.
Since 1980, USJF has submitted testimony to the U.S. Senate on every Supreme Court appointee and sponsored conferences on a variety of important legal issues.
USJF published studies and reports on topical issues and distributes them free of charge to opinion leaders, students and the general public.
USJF has contributed directly and indirectly to legal defense efforts in many celebrated cases involving fundamental conservative principles.
USJF shall not, directly or indirectly, intervene, or participate, in a political campaign on behalf of, or in opposition to, any candidate for public office.
USJF shall not endorse any candidate or contribute money to any candidate for political office.
USJF shall not provide goods or services to a candidate’s campaign, raise funds from others in support of or in opposition to a candidate, distribute statements for or in opposition to a candidate, or conduct any other activity that favors or opposes a candidate for political office.
This policy being adopted reflects the practice of USJF throughout its history, since its founding in 1979.