HOW TO GET LEGAL HELP
The Anti-Terror Lawyer's Toolkit and The Anti-Terror Law Network seek to bring members of the legal community together to counteract domestic and international indifference to the suffering of terrorism's victims, the double-standards of our current jurisprudence, and the scourge of bigotry, boycotts, and anti-Semitism in all its forms.
We are an interactive forum for attorneys incorporating anti-terror, anti-BDS, and anti-hate litigation into their own practices, and who understand that sharing information and collaborating with their colleagues in this area will help inspire the next wave of action to defeat terrorists and the enemies of not only the Jewish state, but Jewish people everywhere.
If you have been the victim of a terrorist attack; have experienced anti-Semitic violence, discrimination, or hate speech; or have information about anti-Semitic or anti-Israel activity on your campus or in your community;
YOU MAY NEED ASSISTANCE BEYOND WHAT THIS FORUM WAS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE.
There are organizations equipped to provide information, advice, and/or legal services to resolve these issues. Several of those organizations are listed below, along with links to their webpages for more information on the types of assistance they can provide.
Please understand that these organizations, and others like them, have limited resources, and may not be able to assist every person or organization who reaches out to them. They may, however, be able to offer you assistance, or a referral to someone else who can.
If you are a legal services organization, and you wish to be considered for inclusion on this list, please contact email@example.com.
LAW OFFICE OF MELISSA L STEINBERG, PLLC
Melissa L. Steinberg, Esq. is the founder of The Anti-Terror Lawyer's Toolkit and oversees this site's Anti-Terror Law Network. She also maintains a civil litigation practice in New York, New York, providing legal assistance, consultancy, research, news and information, and educational programming to fellow legal practitioners, students, activists, the media, and others combatting terrorism, anti-Semitism, extremism, and bigotry in the United States and abroad.
THE LAWFARE PROJECT
The Lawfare Project maintains an international network of more than 350 attorneys who are dedicated to defending and upholding the civil and human rights of the Jewish community.
STANDWITHUS SAIDOFF LEGAL DEPARTMENT
The StandWithUs Saidoff Legal Department provides prompt, on-the-ground legal resources for students, faculty, and community members facing antisemitism or anti-Israel extremism.
ZOA CENTER FOR LAW AND JUSTICE
The Zionist Organization of America's Center for Law and Justice was established to increase organizational involvement in legal matters that affect relations among the United States, Israel and the Jewish people.
MIDDLE EAST FORUM LEGAL PROJECT
The Middle East Forum established its Legal Project to protect researchers and analysts who work on the topics of terrorism, terrorist funding, and radical Islam from lawsuits designed to silence their exercise of free speech.