Center for a Just Society

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Center for a Just Society
Center for a Just Society logo.png
Formation2004
TypeNGO
HeadquartersWashington, DC
Websitewww.centerforajustsociety.org

The Center for a Just Society is a conservative non-profit organization located in Washington, DC. The Center focuses on providing conservative answers to social justice issues and is most known for the work of its chairman, Ken Connor. Connor was the lawyer for Jeb Bush during the Terri Schiavo case and served as the president of the Family Research Council before leaving and founding the Center in 2004.[1] The Center is known for its online publications and has raised controversy in the conservative community for its work defending access to the courts.[2]

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  1. ^ Biography of Ken Connor, Marks, Billete, and Giessel website; Retrieved: 17 August 2009
  2. ^ Ramesh Ponnuru, Social Injustice: Trial lawyers woo social conservatives, Point of Law; Retrieved: 17 August 2009

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