Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation

Sometimes the truth needs a good lawyer. That’s why NPRI’s Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation exists.

CJCL is a public-interest law organization that litigates when necessary to protect the fundamental rights of individuals as set forth in the state and federal constitutions. Current CJCL cases include championing the separation-of-powers principle in Nevada’s constitution and defending a Cuban pastor from the overreach of the federal government.

Little v. State of Nevada, et al.

NPRI's Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation is suing the Governor's Office of Economic Development over unconstitutional Catalyst Fund subsidies to private businesses.

Ministerio Roca Solida v. United States Fish and Wildlife Service, et al.

CJCL files suit on behalf of Ministerio Roco Solida Church

NPRI’s Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation has filed lawsuits in both the United States Court of Federal Claims and United States District Court for the District of Nevada seeking justice for the Ministerio Roca Solida Church (Solid Rock Church), pastored by Victor Fuentes.

Nevada Policy Research Institute, et al. v. CCSD, et al.

Nevada Supreme Court to hear NPRI's appeal in Open Meeting Law case

The Nevada Supreme Court will hear, on an expedited basis, an appeal filed by NPRI's Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation. The appeal challenges a recent lower court decision and seeks to uphold the state’s Open Meeting Law.

Pojunis v. State of Nevada, et al.

CJCL files lawsuit in separation-of-powers case

 The Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation at NPRI has sued Mo Denis, the Public Utilities Commission, and the State of Nevada for violating the separation-of-powers clause in Nevada's constitution.