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Who We Help

Public employees

We won the case that stopped big government unions from taking money out of unwilling public employees’ paychecks. Now we’re fighting to protect the Janus rights of every public employee.


Every child has the right to attend a school based on their unique educational needs, and we help you make that happen.


We stop the government from getting in the way of growing your business.


We fight for free speech in all its forms, including the ability to support the causes you believe in.

Every day, regular Americans like you – parents, entrepreneurs, advocates and public employees – are being denied their basic freedoms. We’re working to give them an open door to do what’s best for them and their families.

We take on the big fights.

What we do

It may seem impossible to fight against the big and powerful institutions that block you from exercising your rights. Our team of lawyers and advocates are here to help.

We Support You

Reach out to us and tell us what’s going on. We’ll do our best to help and provide you with the resources you need.

Even if we can’t take on your case, we can offer support and a next step.

We Fight For You

If your situation requires legal action, we’re here for you and ready to act.

We’ll walk with you through every step, and keep you informed and comfortable.

We Don’t Back Down

In court, we are bold and innovative.

We make the government put the interests of Americans above their own, which often means breaking new legal ground.

How we helped them

Who We Are

When someone stands in the way of your constitutional rights, our team puts things right, improving everyone’s access to liberty.

Our latest news

South Carolina Supreme Court set to hear arguments on constitutionality of SAFE grants program – The Center Square

The battle over grants that would help pay for private school tuition across the state might be heading to the South Carolina Supreme Court.

Ill. Republicans urge 7th circ. to revive bid for large groups

Daniel Suhr of the Liberty Justice Center argued the party should receive the same exemption as religious groups because both religious and political speech rights “live at the heart of the First Amendment.” But Judge Barrett pushed back on that stance, saying the amendment itself treats free speech and free religious exercise “a little bit as apples and oranges” since they’re separated into two distinct categories.

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Get in touch today. If we can help, we will.