About the PAC
Founded in the late 1970s, SCAJ-PAC is a vital effort to craft positive public policy by supporting South Carolina lawmakers who are friends of the legal community. It is a voluntary, nonprofit organization affiliated with the South Carolina Association for Justice.
SCAJ-PAC: Helping us help you
- Recruiting and supporting candidates who share your pro-justice beliefs.
- Generating accurate information and resources for our elected officials and you.
- Communicating with members, elected officials and the public in support of your profession.
- Promoting positive public policy and building a political network that benefits the greater justice community, including you.
Why support SCAJ-PAC?
- To support pro-justice candidates.
- To stay informed on issues that affect you.
- To educate the public on your services.
- To encourage elected officials to stand up for you.
- To take action together and ensure your voice is heard.
How You Can Take Action
- Lend your voice and services to pro-justice candidates and elected officials.
- Stay active and engaged in SCAJ-PAC activities.
- Make a financial contribution to SCAJ-PAC.
- Encourage your colleagues to take part in SCAJ-PAC.
Click here to make a financial contribution to SCAJ-PAC today!
“Through my Association membership I am informed regularly on legislative action, I have worked with other lawyers on significant trial and appellate cases, and I have made lasting friendships. I am SCAJ.”
John S. Nichols, Esq.
"I joined SCAJ in 1973 and I have attended almost every Convention and every CLE since then. I have learned how to be a better trial lawyer, learned new ways to present my cases, and have met many new lawyers from all over the state that has resulted in many referrals. I encourage all new or older trial lawyers to join and get active in this wonderful organization."
Fayrell Furr, Jr., Esq.
Become a supporter of SCAJ PAC
SCAJ PAC works to preserve the right to a jury trial in civil litigation by supporting the campaigns of friends of the civil justice system who are running for office in the South Carolina Senate and the South Carolina House of Representatives.