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Why the new website? 
AAJ values its members and their hard work to ensure justice for their clients. We redesigned www.justice.org for the modern web so that all users - AAJ members and the public - can find the information they need quickly. We've incorporated a responsive design for mobile use, streamlined the navigation, increased interactivity, and added a robust search tool. AAJ members' feedback helped make this redesign possible as many of the changes were suggested by members through website surveys.

Why is there a public and member-only version of the website? 
In order to inform the public about the vital work AAJ members undertake daily, we created a new public-facing site to showcase our members' efforts in the fight for justice and accountability. We also created member-only areas to help ensure that all AAJ resources are right at members' fingertips – organized in easy to find locations.

Where can I log in?
Logging in on the new site is always just one click away for AAJ members. There are bright blue member login boxes in the top right corner of the main navigation and the bottom left corner of the footer on each page. If you are on the homepage, there is another login box located directly beneath the scrolling banner. To log in right now, follow this link: www.justice.org/user.

How do I get my username/login?
If you are having trouble logging in, you can contact AAJ’s Membership department. Just email membership@justice.org. We are always happy to be of assistance!

Where can I search?
If you look in the top right corner of every page, you will find a magnifying glass. Once you click on it, you’ll be able to search the entire website. To narrow your search, use the the left hand side of results page to filter your search with additional options: author, post date, language, membership, and more. If you are looking for an specific article from AAJ publications, you can also narrow your search by selecting the Publications option in the search results. 

How can I access the member side of the website?
AAJ members can access the member-only side of the website by logging in – either in the bright blue box on the top right corner, or directly underneath the scrolling banner on AAJ’s homepage. You can also follow this link here: www.justice.org/user.

How can I find a member/attorney?
At the very top of every page in the blue bar, there is a “Find A Member” button for members and the public to use. You can also follow this link: www.justice.org/find-member.

Where can I find the latest news and updates from AAJ?
There are many ways you can stay up-to-date with news from AAJ. On the homepage, we have highlighted the top news items and events under the rotating banner. For users on the public site, read AAJ's press releases and Fighting for Justice blog in the News section here: www.justice.org/news. For AAJ members, log in to check your dashboard for the latest updates from AAJ, and visit the Advocacy, News, and Publications section to read even more updates.

If you are a member of the media and would like to be added to AAJ's press list, please contact AAJ Communications at media.replies@justice.org. To view AAJ's latest press releases, follow this link: www.justice.org/news. 

How can I contact staff?
There is a “Contact Us” link at the very top of every page. This has a directory of each department’s contact information. You can also follow this link: www.justice.org/contact-us

Are dues paid to AAJ tax deductible?
Dues paid to the American Association For Justice (AAJ) are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for income tax purposes. However, dues may be tax deductible as ordinary and necessary business dues and expenses subject to restrictions imposed as a result of AAJ's lobbying activities. AAJ estimates that the portion of dues and other similar amounts that it expects to receive that are allocable to AAJ's lobbying expenditures is 24 percent. Accordingly, currently. 76 percent of your dues and contributions to AAJ may be deducted as ordinary and necessary business expenses. Please consult your tax advisor to confirm. Voluntary supporting contributions are tax deductible as a charitable contribution. These contributions support education programs and activities to preserve and promote the civil justice system and to protect the consumer.