Find a Civil Rights Attorney

Hiring an Attorney

Educating yourself is crucial, but finding a reputable lawyer to represent you is the best way to go about enforcing your civil rights and fighting cases of racial bias in the criminal justice system. You may seek recommendations from trusted friends or associates, or start your search right here online.

Click here to go directly to the Civil Rights Law resources available on FindLaw.com. 

FindLaw.com provides in-depth legal information on discrimination and harassment involving race, gender, age, disability, employment, education, housing, and more. They can also help you locate lawyers that provide free consultations.

FindLaw.com also contains information to help guide you through the civil rights enforcement process – including tips on filing a civil rights lawsuit or other complaint.

Vetting Attorneys

Once you’ve narrowed down your lawyer search, I recommend vetting your candidates just like an employer does before they hire someone for the job. You can do a Google search to discover if any information has been published about the lawyer’s previous cases, but I also highly recommend researching the lawyer via the state or local bar association they would have to belong to in order to legally practice.

RomingerLegal.com provides a comprehensive listing of links to state and local bar associations nationally and internationally. You can check out the site by clicking here.

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