Martin Pringle Attorney, George Bruce, is a founder of and currently serves on the Advisory Council of the Kansas Justice Institute.
The Kansas Justice Institute is the new public-interest litigation center fighting for the constitutional rights of all Kansans in the courts of law and public opinion. KJI’s work will focus on protecting property rights, the right to earn a living, free speech and association, school choice, students’ right to an education, and criminal justice reform consistent with Kansas Policy Institute’s larger effort to protect and promote liberty in Kansas.
For too long, legal battles have been left to those willing to expand the scope of government further into civil society and the lives of individuals Kansans. KJI will engage in the legal work necessary to ensure that a robust civil society can serve the needs of all Kansans and that each Kansan is free to live and work as they see fit.
KJI will also engage in appropriate, compelling advocacy efforts to achieve policy change in other corridors of power and with the broader public. This is a new role and part of a new organization. As such, an entrepreneurial spirit will be needed to get KJI off the ground and operating smoothly to protect the Constitutional rights of all Kansans.
Other Advisory Council Members:
Robert L. Howard – Wichita
Mike O’Neal – Lawrence
Kathleen Urbom – Topeka