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In partnership with the German Federal Bar, the Lawyers Without Rights project includes an exhibition and book, Lawyers Without Rights The Fate of Jewish Lawyers in Berlin after 1933, with ancillary programming. These materials document the plights of Jewish lawyers in Germany during the Third Reich, revealing how the rule of law was manipulated, redefined and distorted during this era and how Jewish lawyers were stripped of their power to protect it. The Nazis employed laws to deny German Jews their freedom and their lives. But more than a focus on a historic moment, the Lawyers Without Rights project eulogizes individual lawyers, preserving stories of their legal contributions, courage and resolve.

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If you have any questions, please contact us at (312) 988-5421 or by email at fje@americanbar.org.

Donations sent via regular mail should be made payable to the ABA Fund for Justice and Education and sent to:

American Bar Association
Attn: Fund for Justice and Education
321 N. Clark Street Fl. 20
Chicago, IL 60654

There are many ways to give generously, including: an IRA Charitable Roll Over, a distribution from your Donor Advised Fund, a gift of appreciated securities, or a deferred contribution through your estate plan. Please contact the FJE Office for assistance at (312) 988-5421.

The ABA Fund for Justice and Education (FJE) is the 501(c)(3) charitable fund, with the tax identification number of 36-6110299, that supports the public service, policy, and education work of the American Bar Association. Your donation is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.