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Founded in 1966 by Malik Z. Shabazz, Esq., National President, Black Lawyers for Justice (BLFJ) has the culmination of vision, background, activism and expertise and is the go-to legal organization for superior litigation services from the best-experienced attorneys throughout the country. Black Lawyers for Justice exemplifies zealous advocacy, attorney activism, and dedicated work ethics and principles. 


Black Lawyers for Justice Mandate is to establish and fight for Truth, Justice, Balance, Order and Reciprocity in the American legal system, society and the world at large.




Corporate Law  | Criminal Law  | Employment Law   |  Family Law | Tax Law  | Immigration Law   | Privacy Law  |   Competition Law | Personal Injury   |   Medical Malpractice   |   and various other law disciplines |


Contact:  301.513.5445



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