Individual, Group, and Institutional Awareness and Education

The public awareness and education series of National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc. (NJCDLP) includes a steadily expanding inventory of free and fee-based presentations.  The offerings reflect expertise honed through NJCDLP's advocacy from its corporate inception in 2005 to date.  And that advocacy has always been a collective effort of NJCDLP's administrators and board members, each of whom are veteran grassroots social justice advocates on a volunteer basis and/or as part of their respective professional/business endeavors.

*Please scroll down to see our program offerings as of July 2021*

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Expert Guidance




Nurturing Acceptability

Free and Fee-based Presentation Options

Both the free and fee-based option of this training program is an opportunity to glean what overall may be the most cutting-edge fundamentals of effective messaging currently imparted through short term training.  Get in on the whats, whys, and how-tos of expanding “Dominant Narratives” to include your commercial ventures or public interest concerns.


Fee-based Presentation Option

It Takes A Village

Why take this grassroots good government advocacy training for the 21st Century? Because this is not the America of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as of the 60s or any historical U.S.-based human rights movement.  Saul Alinsky's 1971 "Rules for Radicals" are significantly outdated.  And while our consciousness is raised as to whose lives matter, America is too often stuck in the mud of ineffective avenues of redress for anyone contending his or her rights were violated under color of U.S. law.


The Case for a Trauma-informed U.S. Legal System

Fee-based Presentation Option

National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc. (NJCDLP) makes its case for a trauma-informed U.S. legal system through this multi-media education program produced with its Theatre for Justice, scheduled to debut by Fall 2021.