Judges & Courts

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Courts decide key legal rights and principles that are critically important for women and their families ― so it’s essential that the United States has a diverse, fair, and independent judiciary.


Issues Before the Courts

From establishing the right to full reproductive health care to protecting students from sexual harassment in school, our nation’s courts have played a key role in ensuring equality and opportunity for women and families.

Judicial Nominations

The judges appointed to our federal courts will shape women's legal rights far into the future. It’s critical that judges are fair-minded and understand the intent of the law and its real impact on women’s lives.

Supreme Court

The Supreme Court gives the final word on the meaning of the Constitution and laws affecting the rights of women. Justices consider cases that will impact generations ― and their importance can’t be overstated.

The Constitution

Women’s equality and right to privacy are constitutional guarantees ― so when women face discrimination, it’s essential that we fight back.