The judiciary is one of three co-equal branches of government created by the Constitution.
The judiciary operates separately from the executive and legislative branches, but often works with them.
The Constitution and the rule of law, the pillars of our democracy, are being tested as never before.
We take positions on judicial nominees based on their records on key issues, including public education, civil rights, and workers’ rights.
We seek to fulfill the promise engraved on the Supreme Court building: equal justice under law.