PCCJR is a statewide, nonpartisan alliance of organizations and individuals representing businesses, professional and trade associations, health care providers, nonprofit entities, taxpayers and other perspectives. The coalition is dedicated to bringing fairness to our courts by elevating awareness of civil justice issues and advocating for legal reform in the legislature. Also, as Pennsylvania is … Read more about About
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About The Pennsylvania Civil Justice Coalition
PCCJR’s Guide to Judicial Elections
The rulings of PA’s appellate courts impact every citizen and business. This year, the Commonwealth will elect seven appellate court judges. Your informed vote matters! PCCJR has collected candidates’ responses to our survey and a voters’ guide on important issues.
- PCCJR Update — February 2, 2018PCCJR Meets with Governor-hopeful Laura Ellsworth; Two Chairs; Two Notable Retirements; Did you […]
- Listen Inaugural Broadcast of Lawsuit WatchFebruary 23, 2018|WFLY Radio This month WFYL Radio premiered the broadcast of Lawsuit Watch; a […]
- PCCJR Update — January 19, 2018Legislature Returns The House and Senate will return to Harrisburg next week for the New Year and […]
Join us in working to bring fairness to Pennsylvania’s civil justice system
The Pennsylvania Coalition for Civil Justice Reform is a statewide, nonpartisan group of organizations and individuals representing businesses, health care, public service, taxpayers and other perspectives. We are dedicated to bringing fairness to our courts by elevating awareness of civil justice issues and advocating for legal reform in the legislature.
Pennsylvania’s civil justice system faces increasing challenges – with a lack of balance in certain laws, legal precedents and courtrooms. These challenges affect all Pennsylvanians, as an unfair lawsuit system raises consumer prices, takes away good jobs, and reduces our access to health care.