As a law firm and advocacy organization, the Center for Justice is continually looking for ways to improve our service to clients and the community. The most direct way to become involved in our work is through volunteering as either a general volunteer or as a volunteer lawyer.
The Center has a long-term commitment to assist the neediest in Spokane through our Community Advocacy program. We’re also deeply engaged in trying to preserve and protect the Spokane River through the Spokane Riverkeeper program. Both programs benefit not just from volunteers but from engaged and active supporters. As is obvious from this website, the Center is also committed to journalism that chronicles our litigation and advocacy efforts. If you have an interest in assisting us with writing, photography, etc., let us know.
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The Center is located in the Community Building (35 W. Main Avenue) in downtown Spokane and is engaged in the Community Building network of Spokane non-profit organizations and businesses. Our neighbors, many of whom are CFJ clients, are involved in a variety of social justice, environmental, and fair trade causes. You can go to the Community Building project to find more information about the Community Building and the adjacent Saranac Buidling. The Community Building events calendar can be accessed here. You can access the Center for Justice’s events calendar here.