Gandhi“I had learnt the true practice of law. I had learnt to find out the better side of human nature and to enter men’s hearts. I realized that the true function of a lawyer was to unite parties riven asunder. The lesson was so indelibly burnt into me that a large part of my time during the twenty years of my practice as a lawyer was occupied in bringing about private compromises of hundreds of cases. I lost nothing thereby–not even money, certainly not my soul.”
— Mahatma Gandhi, lawyer, peacemaker

With offices in the United States and India, the Nonjustice Foundation (NJF) is a nonprofit organization that resolves conflicts, promotes peace, eliminates suffering and restores happiness to individuals, communities and nations through the teaching of nonjustice, which means “to abstain from the pursuit of justice.”

Suing for Peace“While only time will tell the extent of the spiritual and legal revolution these teachings might hasten, there’s no doubt that those who abide by them will experience a personal revolution. When Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of Wittenberg Church in 1517, he had no idea he was launching the Protestant Reformation. This book represents a Ninety-Five Theses for our time, nailed to the courthouse door.”
— James P. Kimmel, Jr., J.D., lawyer, peacemaker