Primarily I am a judicial reform advocate, though the various groups I help administer collectively pursue civil and criminal justice system reforms and represent housing, health, and education advocates as well as work related activists. I was a civil trial attorney prior to becoming a full time good government and grassroots reform advocate in 1998. Today I pursue a new passion as Executive Director of National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc. (www.njcdlp.org) which sponsors POPULAR (www.popular4people.org); National Forum On Judicial Accountability (http://50states.ning.com) and OAK (www.njcdlp.org/OAK.html), a national coalition of grassroots advocates.
A nonfiction book version of my debut report on "The Matthew Fogg Symposia on the...
The Official End of Judicial Accountability Through Federal Rights Litigation: Ashcroft v. Iqbal, American Journal of Trial Advocacy (2011)
As gatekeepers, judges ensure that fact-finders are only exposed to sensible matters. However the landmark...
“FROM PATERNALISM TO EMPOWERMENT: Why the DOJ Should Emphasize Anti-discrimination and First Amendment Enforcement in Protecting America's Most Vulnerable People, Newsvine (2009)
Scary Federal Judiciary: An Expose on the Federal Judiciary and Its Seeming Efforts to Avoid Responsibility for Deliberate Violations of Rights Through Judicial Rulings (with Michael R. McCray and Matthew F. Fogg), OpEdNews (2007)
University of Baltimore Symposium Report: Debut of “The Matthew Fogg Symposia On The Vitality Of Stare Decisis In America” (2012)
On the first of each two day symposium of the Fogg symposia, lawyers representing NGOs...